ALT# text to image! How do i get the text under the picture instead of under it?


#1

Exercise 9/15


I get the text next to the picture. The program approves of my code, but I don't! :wink: Can't be right when the text is next to my image! How can I get the text under the image or just a text that shows when I scroll over the image? as far as I've understood, the last option is the meaning of the exercise (?)


 <img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/codecademy-content/courses/web-101/web101-image_brownbear.jpg"/>  <img src="#" alt='The brown grizzly bear'/>


#2

It doesn't want you to establish another nonexistent image. The "alt" is an attribute to the first image tag. It will display when the browser is incapable of photos or if the photo has issues.


#3

Hi if you go to my post someone is helping me as well on this lesson. Would you like some help? If you do need help still you may go to my post: One thing to ask.


#4

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