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you just posted your code but you have to say the problem too.we dont know your problem
Frankly, I don't know my problem. When I complete step 2:
Inside the opening tag,
create two divs with the Bootstrap class row:
Be sure to include closing tags for your rows!
I can't progress. I don't receive an error code and don't know what I'm doing wrong.
can you please post the lesson link here?
any ideas on what the problem could be? I have reset the code, copied code from other forum posts, checked and rechecked.
@theleonardfranklin are you getting an "invalid character" message at the bottom of your code? that's what happened to me, I can't progress beyond that part either. just submitted a bug request.
I have gotten the invalid character message too... Let me know if they fix it
@codemaster38845 no fix yet but I tried it in Chrome on another computer (Chromebook) and it worked. Looks like issue with IE most likely. Can you try it in another browser?
Yes. I get that invalid character message.
@theleonardfranklin are you using Internet Explorer? Can you try it in a different browser? Doing that same step in Chrome instead of IE is what allowed me to get past it.
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