6.5 "Did you add a link to the destination"


Alright so I am also stuck on this one. Here's my code. I don't know what I am doing wrong tbh. Any help would be appreciated.

    <!-- Your code here -->
  <% @destinations.each do |d| %>
	   <div class="card col-xs-4">
		 <%= image_tag d.image %>
		 <h2><%= d.name %></h2>
		 <p><%= d.description %></p>
		 <%= link_to "See more",  destination_path(d) %>

    <% end %>


Hi @au_contraire,

Your code looks fine to me. Could you post a link to the exercise you're on?

Also, does switching browsers help?


Here's the link

I switched to chrome but nothing's changed


@au_contraire Thanks, it looks to me like lines 27-35 in app/views/destinations/show.html.erb are copy/pasted from tags/show.html.erb. In this case though, since there's only one destination, your code in the view should use the singular variable you created in the controller file (@destination), and access properties like @destination.name instead of how you're doing it now.

Does that make sense?


Okay so both of these images are from the app/views/destinations/show.html.erb and tags/show.html.erb

Image 1

image 2

The code worked, I passed the exercise.Is that supposed to happen?



I passed the exercise.Is that supposed to happen?

Eventually, yes :wink: Did you pass it with the code shown, with a loop through @destinations inside app/views/destinations/show.html.erb?


Well I should've been more clear :laughing:
I meant that since the code as shown above is identical, so I am just wondering if they needed to be identical.


I am Dan entering the coding world to build a web site. Learned Fortran bacck in Engineering but this is more intense. Im stuck on Link


@au_contraire I don't believe they should be the same, but if it's passing you I guess it's OK?

@getdrf Please create a new topic with your code, a link to the exercise you're on, and the error message you're getting.


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