FAQ: Learn HTML - Common HTML Elements - Indentation

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how to get over the 12.indetation code

Is this lesson broken? I put in the indentations and it still won’t pass me.

Having the same problem. Find a solution @justus5823674741?

@justus5823674741 found a solution right after posting. I wasn’t leaving proper whitespace between the h1 and div elements.

Is there a video on how to use the indentation for WORLD WIDE WEB Consortium W3C