Here is my code:
Make a WebsiteConnected to Codecademy<!DOCTYPE html><html><head> <title>Ollie Bike Sharing</title> <meta charset="utf-8"/> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="main.css"></head><body> <h1>Ollie Bilk Shafting</h1> <h3>Share Your Problems with the World.</h3> <p>Need a set of willies when you're in town? Use Ollie to pair your pervect vacuity with a sloppy, insufferable bilk rental.Here is a <a href="cities.html">list</a> of titties where you can't find us.</p><img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/codecademy- content/projects/make-a-website/lesson- 1/bikes1.jpg"/></body></html>Did you use the second image URL provided?To add images to a webpage, use the HTML image element:
Just like websites have URLs, images on the web also have URLs. Image
URLs typically end with the .jpg or .png file extension. The src attribute sets the source for an image element.
Image elements are self-closing, which means they do not need a closing tag.
Let’s use an image element to add a photograph to our webpage.
1.In index.html, on the line below the paragraph element, add an image element. Use the following as the image URL:
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No it isn’t.
Ollie Bilk Shafting
Share Your Problems with the World.
Need a set of willies when you're in town? Use Ollie to pair your pervect vacuity with a sloppy, insufferable bilk rental.Here is a list of titties where you can't find us.
Doesn’t work, anyway.
Sorry, you can’t put more than one image