11...The picture showed up on the right...why can't I proceed?

make sure to include a space between .jpg" and />, if that still doesn’t work, please post your code


I am having the same problem. Image shows right, but doesnt allow me to proceed https://gist.github.com/b012f220253bd7551700

Make sure there is only space between .jpg" and />, no less, no more

And no spaces between src= and "http, the checking script is strict

cual es la solucion?

Wow, i give the solution, and you dear asking for it without any code.

If you have a problem, make your own topic with code + error message

hi i am vamsi vutukuri i am 15 , i am suffering with same problem of systempro39255
the image is popping out but im unable to proceed further hope u will help as i with my code here


<!DOCTYPE html>
		<title> MY WEBPAGE</title>
		<img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/codecademy-blog/assets/ninja_zpsa5dbe37a.jpg"  />

PLZ give a soluton its annoying

The instructions tell you to add a second image, also, make sure you have only one space between .jpg" and />

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while i am posting that code for u i got a notification that we cant send a program with two image links here thats the reson y i send u only one

woohahhhh :wink:
yo bro it worked only one space between .jpg" and />``

Format your code, then you can post two images. Still, ensure one space only between .jpg" and />, the SCT (submission correctness test) in this exercise is rather strict

can i link an image in an image ??
in brief can i make an image as a host to hold the address of an another image so that when i click on the frst image it should give the the 2image ( the image address i stored in frst image)
if yes can i have the code plz

You can look up a code sample, there are plenty on the internet, but here is how i would approach the problem: I would use jquery to create a click event (or js, but jquery is easier) and change the url of the source, this can be done with jquery. But i haven’t coded in jquery for months

This can not be done with html only

Had the same issue with the code; my image popped up, and everything looked right but was being told to try again,

Why is that space necessary there, when not in other places??

Because it xml syntax and the checking script doesn’t allow for much breathing room

how to put two image one below the other

images are inline elements, the easiest way would be a break:

<img src="url"><br>
<img src="url">

What is wrong with this code?

<!DOCTYPE html>
		<img src ="https://s3.amazonaws.com/codecademy-blog/assets/f3a16fb6.jpg" />
		<img src ="https://s3.amazonaws.com/codecademy-blog/assets/ninja_zpsa5dbe37a.jpg" />
	<img src ="https://s3.amazonaws.com/codecademy-blog/assets/ninja_zpsa5dbe37a.jpg" />

remove the space between src and =https in both images

Thank you so much that was driving me crazy.