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Challenge: Nest an Anchor Element within a Paragraph

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Your code passes all of the tests on my end. :slight_smile:

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This looks unfinished. This code is fine alone, but for the challenge, it asks to nest your “a” element in a paragraph tag. So make sure to put a p tag before and after a. Hoped this helped! :slight_smile:

You can copy and paste your code into this Validator to check your html code. The first few errors will be about not having a <head>. Ignore those. The last error from running your code through the validator does need your attention.


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Thank you for your feedback. So I have never known that I could validate somehow …
So how I could use it ?

This was new to me as well. Copy your freeCodeCamp challenge code right from the freeCodeCamp page, go to the link above and paste in your code. It will find errors for you.

It may actually be too early for you to use it much. You learn best from making those early mistakes. The time it takes to figure it out makes you remember the mistake, so you can avoid it more often in the future. But if you’ve been stuck for a long, long time and haven’t found help yet, go ahead.

It is so cool that you are starting the lessons. I started in February and I’m almost done with the JavaScript challenges. freeCodeCamp’s way of teaching works well for my brain. I learn more by reading, than by listening to a video. Good luck!

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Yes, I’ve been stuck for a while . Thank you . I’ve been told "wish me skills " instead of “Good Luck”. Due to the reason : that we are the ones who make life the way it is.

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I like that very much!

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