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100 points
Submitted by
over 2 years ago

Yes, I gave my link an "href" attribute, enough with the ERROR message!

Hey, so the program keeps telling me that I'm not giving my link an "href" attribute, but I am.

My Code:
a <>
href= ""/ <>
/a <>

(I had to leave the "greater than" signs like that because otherwise the code just didn't show up in the message)

Like honestly, I've been fighting with this for two days and I'm sick of it. I've tried adjusting everything, it doesn't want to recognize the "href" for whatever reason.

0 votes


Hey! I've left my codes without > to show you

I see a couple of problems but I'm not sure if it's because of the way you've formatted it for posting here.

  1. href links should be within the "a"s greater than signs.

    <a href=""

  2. Why is there a / at the end of your link? The link ends when you use the final "

164 points
Submitted by
over 2 years ago

0 votes


check here how to format your code. Your code is currently not visible. if you update your question please leave a comment so i get a notification.
If you put your code i a comment, i am going to ask you to redo it, and use proper format.

Your code is to confusing, please use format

2964 points
Submitted by
over 2 years ago

0 votes


why it keep telling me to put a link text within the when i already put some text in it?

257 points
Submitted by
Armila Azira
over 2 years ago

1 Comment

593d545c83696644420003b7_64554016 stetim94 over 2 years ago

don't know, you didn't provide any code. Try a different browser if you think you hit a glitch, otherwise post your code (do use format please)