Question 11 of HTML basics


#1

Not sure what's going on with this error code. Any ideas?


#2

SCT is very annoying in this exercise, make sure you have no spaces in src="https://


#3

It's a good guide! Thank you :smile:


#4

I have the exact same problem (my code looks just like happyaccon's) but changing the spacing doesn't help. Any thoughts?


#5

Could you show us your code?


#6

mine is still not working even after putting the space between " and /> any thoughts? it keeps saying oops try again! whats wrong


#7

please everything looks good on my page but i keep getting oops try again response any idea?


#8

Same answer, post your code.


#9

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
	<head>
		<title></title>
	</head>
	<body>
		<img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/codecademy-blog/assets/ninja_zpsa5dbe37a.jpg"/>

	</body>

#10

You only have one image, you should have two images, and you need a space between .jpg" and />


#11

thats the code, where am i getting it wrong? because it keeps saying oops try again later


#12

its telling me new user can only send one imagine sorry, so i reduced it to just one


#13

i included that space the same notification came up, oops try again later. now am getting confused


#14

Yes, on the forum. But if you format your code (like you did) you can have two images, because then it is just code


#15

okay. but the same notification came up telling me "oops try again later"


#17

You need the space between .jpg" and /> like i said earlier, it is xml syntax


#19

@lushlifealex change 2nd image url to be different one..
if you put same urls in both the images then it give error.
this is my code:-










#20

@stetim94 just put both the urls of images to de pf differnt one then the code runs...


#21

I know how i can make the exercise works, i am just helping people. Your code is not visible, and you can use the same image twice


#22

hello everyone! I have the same problem...I think my code is ok and it keeps saying "oops try again"