Lists Within Lists Help Error Message


#1
PLZ help i already have unordered list inside a order list for every one of them but it still gives me a error message

how can i solve this problem?:wink:
!DOCTYPE html>





Hi my name is Ian and I got to international school, I love technology


    Interests
  • Coding


  1. Python

  2. HTML


  • Technogy


    1. Satellites


  • Making


    1. Maker Faire


    	<ul>Jobs
    	    <li>Not Yet</li>
    	    <ol>
    	    <li>REALLY I DON"T HAVE A JOB YET</li>
    	    </ol>
    	</ul>
    	<ul>Favorite Quotes
            <li>"I didn;t fail 100 times i found 100 times how to make something better"-Thomas Edison</li>
            <ol><li>I don't have any other quotes</li</ol>
            </ul>
        <ul>Where I live
            <li>
            Private info
            </li>
            <ol>
            <li>I CAN'T TELL U</li>
            </ol?
    </html>

    #2

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    #3

    Hi Purple Paws,

    I have a feeling that there are a bunch of problems in your code, so please do what @stetim94 suggests and format it properly.
    But I can see two problems right off, both towards the end:

    should be </ol>, and you forgot to close <body> with a closing </body> just before </html>.


    #4

    Here is my revised code, I'm still a little confused on the formatting and making it more easier to read
    can you guys give me some tips about organizing my code? :smile:

    <!DOCTYPE html>
    <html>
    	<head>
    		<title>IAN</title>
    	</head>
    	<body><img src="http://www.plugincars.com/sites/default/files/model-s-620.jpg">
    	<p>Hi my name is Ian and I got to international school, I love technology</p>
    	<ul>Interests
    	    <li> Coding</li>
    	            <ol>
    	            <li>Python</li>
    	             <li>HTML</li>
    	             </ol>
    	    <li>Technogy</li>
    	            <ol>
    	            <li>Satellites</li>
    	                <ul>
    	                <li>launch</li>
    	            </ol>
    	    <li>Making</li>
    	            <ol>
    	            <li> Maker Faire</li>
    	            </ol>
    	</ul>
    		<ul>Jobs
    	           <li>Not Yet</li>
    	           <ol>
    	           <li>REALLY I DON"T HAVE A JOB YET</li>
    	           </ol>
             	   </ul>
    	 <ul>Favorite Quotes
                    <li>"I didn;t fail 100 times i found 100 times how to make something better"-Thomas Edison</li>
                    <ol><li>I don't have any other quotes</li</ol>
                    </ul>
         <ul>Where I live
            <li>
            Private info
            </li>
            <ol>
            <li>I CAN'T TELL U</li>
            </ol>
            </body>
    </html>

    #5

    BTW: @zystvan can you tell me what problems there are in my code?


    #6

    @wayian

    It passed for me, but look at line 33 - you aren't closing your </li> with a closing angle bracket (>).

    Really, you'll need to just program, and you'll get the hang of it more and more. But make sure you always indent. And not just randomly, do it correctly :)

    <!DOCTYPE html>
    <html> <!-- the parent of everything; not indented -->
      <head> <!-- child of `<html>`, so indented one level -->
        <meta charset="utf-8"> <!-- child of `<html> → <head>`, so indented two levels -->
        
        <title>text</title> <!-- child of `<html> → <head>`, so indented two levels -->
      </head>
      <body> <!-- child of `<html>`, so indented one level -->
        
      </body>
    </html>

    I could give a more thorough, complex example, but like above, you'll really need to just program to get the hang of it.


    #7

    Thanks @zystvan i hope i can learn more from you :smile:


    #8

    thanks! been stuck on this for a while