Hi, @ethan! Welcome to the community, man. Look forward to seeing you pass this!
You’ll want to take a look at the <button> element. While you’ve definitely made a ‘type’ of button using the <input type="submit" /> our assessment is very strict about using a Button.
This is being caused by the previous issue. You essentially end up with 4 input elements, because your “buttons” are, technically, inputs. Fixing the previous issue should resolve this issue.
The simplest way to look at this issue is going to look into the max-width css style and apply it directly to your form element. This will effectively tell the form, “Hey, no matter how big the browser gets, I don’t want you to go past 600px.”
This is the same as the “button” issue described above.
Hope that helps, man! Let us know if you have any more questions.
The images you need are already in the project. If you open the images folder you will see desert.jpg and person-avatar.jpg`. They look a little different than the ones in the screenshots, but those are the images you should use for the assessment. No need to search for any new ones!
Let us know if you still have trouble finding them.