Git diff email and going things perfect this time

I recieved a git diffemail taht shows some differences between my code and whats expected in the assessment.

I can fairly easily add these three lines of code and maybe a new line (??) to my code but to do so I will need to commit the file again correct? what if I have too many commits am I punished for that?

I still cant comprehend where these lines of code disappeared to in my branch?

So, the question is- can I have too many Commits, will I be punished for adding the code then adding another commit so that it lines up with whats expected or do i have to figure out how to override a commit.

I have to do it right I can only submit this project so many times

’drawings’ branch

--- a/site.html
+++ b/site.html
@@ -8,8 +8,5 @@
-  <img src="images/drawings/lands-end.jpg">
-  <img src="images/drawings/stag-beetle.jpg">
-  <img src="images/drawings/joseph-roulin.jpg">
\ No newline at end of file
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Hi, @jamiezz! Welcome to the community! Thanks so much for swinging by …

There is no punishment for having too many commits. We’re more interested in making sure that you can use the basics of git (add, commit, etc). So commit away!

I took a peek at your assessment and it looks like you were able to pass with flying colors! Well done! :heart: :blue_heart: :green_heart: :yellow_heart: :purple_heart:

Let us know if you have any other questions! :+1: