Replace this line with your code.
With no example or the lesson in front of us one can only assume that there is some existing HTML, to which we are to add a paragraph. In HTML, a paragraph is symbolized by
<p></p>, being the opentag and endtag respectively. The text for the paragraph will go between the tags.
<p>I'm a paragraph marked up in P tags</p>
Thank you so much for the help i really needed it!
Onw question could u help me with the target attributes?
Are you referring to the target attribute for a link?
Yes i am i was wondering what it ment and how you use it
The target attribute is a holdover from the old days of
frames for short. Frames are not much in use any more but the the one value that has hung on is the
target="_blank" which if included with an anchor will cause the link to open in a new window.
There are ramifications that go along with this attribute, such as accessibility concerns regarding new windows having no back button. However, at this stage it is enough to know what it is and how to use it.
<a href="#" target="_blank">Link will open in new window</a>
are you always on code academy?
I'm in and out periodically through the day, so no, not always. I never log out though so it will appear I am always online.
Cool how do you add the image on 8/15 i tried adding the URL and the link and it said Did you add the image?
plz help me this is very confusing!!!!!
An image uses the
<img> tag along with a
If we wish to use the image as a hot spot for a link, we wrap it in an anchor element.
<a href="https://www.codecademy.com/"><img src="#"></a>
Try clicking on the above image.
mtf is codcademy your full time?
No, just when I have time to look in. We're all volunteers here. We come and go at our own leisure.
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