I am stuck on the “Applied Accessibility: Wrap Content in the article Element” lesson.
It’s a simple lesson where you are supposed to change the div tag to use an article tag instead.
But I keep getting this message: “Your code should not have any div tags.” , even though I have replaced the div tags with article tags.
Seems to be a bug, or am I missing something? Did anyone else experience this?
EDIT: Seems to be an issue with Firefox, the code gets accepted by the editor in Chrome.
This is the code without any div tags that is getting rejected:
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