There is an error message popping up: $expect is not defined"

Is this correct?

<!DOCTYPE html>
    <title>Ollie Bike Sharing</title>
    <meta charset="utf-8"/>
    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="main.css">
  <h1> hi </h1>

I’ve changed the heading but after pressing run there is an error message popping up: $expect is not defined" What does this mean?

I can’t move to the next lesson, but I’ve got no idea why. Please help :)))))))

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Thank you! posted it :))))))))))


Your code looks fine,

can I have a screen shot of the error so CodeCademy can have a look into it @CommunityManagers

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I assume you’re talking about this exercise? Please post a link to the exercise you’re having trouble with to make it easier for others to help you:

I’m not able to reproduce this error. It’s a brand new course and we’re fixing issues as we find them. If you’re using Chrome, can you please try this exercise again and paste the output form the developer console log

Here’s what it looks like:

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I had this problem almost every exercise in HTML, I’m tired

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Hi @nariste would you mind sharing your problem with our customer support team? You can reach them here:

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I have a same problem.

whats My code for my website

I have the same problem

I have the same problem, If I use the ‘View Solution’ option and save the results the webpage allows me to do the following exercise! the big deal here is that it doesn’t matter if I continue with other activities, the same problem was present.

“$expect is not defined” is still a bug. @codeacdemy - ever going to look into this 7+ year old bug?