It keeps asking for and h3 element in the third div, even though it is in all three of them. I even went ahead and to it completely out and it said I was missing it in the second division. I don't understand why it's asking for elements in the wrong section and asking for elements that are there. I copied and pasted what I wrote. Maybe you guys will see something I'm missing.
- Jasmine M. Kennedy
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