I can’t seem to figure out why my HTML is not underlined in the right photo in the first three images (joseph-roulin.jpg, lands-end.jpg and stag-beetle.jpg).
How do I get them to be underlined/hyperlinked? That’s what the assessment shows in the left jpg, so I want to make sure I copy it exactly so I don’t fail again. Can anyone help?
And for the life of me, I cannot get rid of those spaces shown in the screenshot. No matter how many times I delete they come back. In the assessment images they are not there. Does that matter if I have the spaces or not?
VSCode typically does this when the files don’t exist. Although, it is not 100% reliable. I would double check your
images/drawings directory and ensure that those files exist. Also check for a typo in a folder name. Or a typo in the file names.
There should be no penalty for those specific spaces. You most likely have some VSCode Extension that is auto-formatting your HTML for you.
Now that you say that about the file not existing or typos, that totally makes sense. It couldn’t hyperlink it if it didn’t know where to point to, right? I did double and triple check though and the files are there and spelled correctly. Do you think I’ll fail if they are not hyperlinked?
As I mentioned, VSCode isn’t always accurate, but it is usually a good indicator.
If you close down VSCode and re-load it … do the hyperlinks appear?
I just went back and messed around with it by just deleting the tags and then retyping it and it worked. I had go through and fix everything again, but I finally finished it all. Thank you again for all your help.