FAQ: Associations I - Display all tags

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Does anyone know how to get the iteration to work? I think my syntax is right, but not sure… don’t we use <% %> ?

Used this in an actual ERB setup and it worked… not sure what the exercise is wanting us to do…

<% @tags.each do |title, image| %>
     <div class="card col-xs-4">
         <%= image %>
         <h2> <%= title %> </h2>
<% end %>

What in the world are we supposed to do in step 4?

This worked for me

<% @tags.each do |tag| %>

<%= tag.image %>

<%= tag.title %>

<% end %>

Oddly enough, the solution has a todo comment where this code is supposed to be. Huh. I just looked back at the previous project’s HMTL index to see an example.