Jen Kramer presents her solution to the broken markup challenge.
(short dinging music)…- [Instructor] So, how'd you do with the challenge?…Hopefully one of the first things that you did…to start identifying where there might be problems,…is you just take that challenge2.html document…from the previous video and just…open it up in your web browser.…Because that's going to tell you some things immediately.…For example, you'll notice that we have…a broken image here, so there's clearly something…wrong with out image tag somewhere along the way.…You'll also see that we have one…giant run on link down here at the bottom.…
This is what happens when you don't…have a link tag that gets closed.…It definitely runs on forever.…So just by peeking at the…broken document in your web browser,…you'll get a few hints for what might be not quite correct.…So let me go through with you where…I made the fixes to this particular document,…and I'm looking at the solution document…in your exercise files for this video.…So, first of all, some of these things are…a little bit subtle.…
Here in line 12 where we have a paragraph of information,…
- Working with head and body tags
- Nesting one list inside of another
- Creating links within a page
- Linking to PDF files
- Quoting and citing text
- Fixing HTML in MailChimp
Skill Level Beginner
1. Understanding HTML
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