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I feel like I did it right but I did not pass the can someone please help with making dead links using hash symbol
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Challenge: Make Dead Links Using the Hash Symbol

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The failing test tells you what the issue is:

Your a element should be a dead link with the value of the href attribute set to “#”.

When I look at your href in the a tag, I see:


Check that against what the test fail message is saying.

You’ve also changed the img src attribute to “href”, but that isn’t causing the test to fail - it’s just odd.

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