This doesn't make any sense

This doesnt know what its talking about

You’re going to have to provide more context on what you are referring to and trying to say

    <input name="loving" id="loving" type="checkbox">  <label for="loving">Loving</label>
            <input type="checkbox"name="personality>"

It’s saying i don’t have the "name=“personality” but you clearly see i do

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What exactly is your name set to?

@collectordevice [quote=“collectordevice, post:3, topic:627369”]

    <input name="loving" id="loving" type="checkbox">  <label for="loving">Loving</label>
            <input type="checkbox"name="personality>"

[/quote]

Hello!
You may have solved this already, but if not, my suggestion is to remove the second input element, as that is not asked for in the step. Then, change the name in the other input to “personality”.
You may be better resetting the step and just making the changes as listed. Those are the only issues I see. You have nested the text properly within the label tags, and have proper case usage in the code.

Happy coding! :slight_smile:

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