Your a element must be nested

Does ‘nesting’ not mean to put the a element within the two p elements?

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Challenge: Nest an Anchor Element within a Paragraph

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Yes, it means to put the <a> element inside the <p> element (between the opening and closing p tags.

Click the Reset All Code button to start fresh. Notice the instructions:

Nest the *existing a element within a new p element.

This means move the existing a element into a new p element. Don’t add a new a element, just move the one that is there.

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