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**Your code so far**
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<p>Purr jump eat the grass rip the couch scratched sunbathe, shed everywhere rip the couch sleep in the sink fluffy fur catnip scratched.</p>
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Proof read you code for typos, case, and other things like tags and their official representatives in html, css, etc. titles like( vs. )
Try using the examples actual text within the alt="(?)" element depicted in the over view . If your still proofing your work.
Don’t be afraid to reset the lesson if you become overwhelmed. Sometime its easier to start from fresh other than tracing and remembering what logic was being implemented.
3 key steps.
step 1: give it a shot and actually try to get it on your own.
step2: proof read your code and re-read the instructional over view of the lesson in case you over-looked something simple(it usually is).
step3: refer to help, hints, and if a solution must be seen. Then make an effort to understand why it is what it is(try the challenge again).
“You will never be any worse at anything you try to get better at.” Without an understanding of something, you can not understandably build on something. either"
Every challenge is relative to the next.