It's not code, it's the lesson itself. By chapter 4, "if/else" is mentioned, but the lessons are lacking "elseif" even though mentioning in the prompt in the code, and the following lesson expects one to already know the use of "elseif."
All Together Now!
Great work! Now let's practice using if / else statements. Do as much as you can by yourself, but if you need a reminder, click the "Stuck? Get a hint!" button below.
<html> <head> </head> <body> <p> <?php // Write your if/elseif/else statement here! ?> </p> </body> </html>
Glance at the Past!
Let's begin by first refreshing what we have done in the previous course.
Write an if/elseif/else statement inside the editor and make it output anything you wish.
Please correct, I understand the elseif statement, but the lesson doesn't acknowledge it.