Create a Horizontal Line Using the hr Element

Create a Horizontal Line Using the hr Element
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#6

I reset the lesson and did


between

and

and it works.


#7

I am also having troubles getting past this lesson.

  1. Your code should add an hr tag to the markup. passed this one
  2. The hr tag should come between the title and the paragraph. but failed this one?

I cant find any tips on what I am missing, or if its an error on the site.


#8

Use

Google was founded…


This worked for me, I guess their test case uses this order.
EDIT: didn’t realize using HTML formats actually works on comments…
but switch the order of the paragraph and emphasis (use em before p)


#9

Lol, yes the HTML surprised me as well, when posted original question. That is why you see the screenshot. Thank you for your response, fixed the issue.


#10

After you put the < HR> in and its still not working try to swap the < p >< em > to < em >< p > in the paragraph section.


#11

After you put the < HR> in and its still not working try to swap the < p >< em > to < em >< p > in the paragraph section.


Create a Horizontal Line Using the hr Element (Is this bug?)
#12

Thanks! This worked for me!


#13

Yes , wrapping

tag in worked for me.


#14

I don’t understand why let em tag wrap p tag can resolve this quiz.
is It a error/bug of this challenge?


#15

yes it is a bug in the challenge


#16

Oh. I see. Someone reported this bug.


#17

Reset all the code. Then, to swap the < p >< em > to < em >< p > in the paragraph section. then, use hr tag between h4 and p it will work.


#18

Thanks a lot for a solution… Work for me to here…


#19

hi asheavenist,
it’s my pleasure


#20

Thank you for that comment!


#21

It works. Thank you .


#22

i have the same issue but it didn’t work please help me


#23

swap them < p >< em > to < em >< p >.Then use the hr tag between the title and paragraph.


#24

lol this worked for me :slight_smile:


#25

this worked for me as well.
thank you!