I was allowed to start a new lesson although my code was wrong


#1

Hi, my name is Petar and I think there is something wrong with this code. As it is shown, I haven't included "/thead" tag but when I hit the save and submit button it allows me to go to next lesson. So I was wondering if it is something wrong with it or am I missing something?



<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
	<head>
		<link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" href="stylesheet.css" />
		<title>My Photo Page</title>
	</head>
	<body>
	    <table>
	    <thead>
	        <th colspan="3">
	        <tr></tr>
	        </th>
	    <tbody>
	         <tr>
	            <td></td>
	            <td></td>
	            <td></td>
	         </tr>
	         <tr>
	            <td></td>
	            <td></td>
	            <td></td>
	         </tr>
	         <tr>
	            <td></td>
	            <td></td>
	            <td></td>
	         </tr>
	     </tbody>
	    </table>
	</body>
</html>


#2

The lesson uses regular expression, it will catch a lot of mistake users make, but it is nearly impossible to catch all. So yes, there is a small change your code will pass even if it wrong, this is a balance between allowing creativity in the lesson and very strict coding, so that only perfect matching code can pass


#3

OK, thanks. And I'm sure the Codecademy team will fix that glitch.