The main element should have two paragraph element as children

The main element should have two paragraph element as children
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#1

Guys i just started my tutorials on this whole coding thing. its really great i just got to the 5th task that is intoduction to HTML5 element . i passed all test but for one which am stuck on. how to indent my texts . i watched the tutorial video several times but still am unable to indent my texts. i really need ypur help.


#2

Which lesson are you refering to? I make the fifth task: " Basic HTML and HTML5: Uncomment HTML"?


#3

You will learn this in the CSS challenges.

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#4

Introduction to HTML5 elements. I passed 4 tests except for 1 which I have done everything but still.

  • The main element should have two paragraph element as children

Please help me pass this particular one


#5

Can you send a link of the exercise you’re on?


#6

I think i get why so many people seem to have trouble with this exercise. The video is misleading, both p elements needs to be nested inside the main element (he also forgets to close the p tag).

The indentation he shows can be achieved by selecting the p elements and pressing tab, however, i would suggest manually indenting them by putting the cursor in front of the elements and using two spaces.


#7

any solution, i am stuck there too


#8

Hey my friend I stucked as well, but as I wrote below, it may be helpful

<main> should be statedbefore first <p> 

in the end put </main> after secont </p>


#9

<main>

<p>purr jump eat the grass rip the couch scratched sunbathe, shed everywhere rip the couch sleep in the sink fluffy fur catnip scratched.</p>

</main>

I have been working on this one for a good fifteen minutes. I think I got it right, And on the left side under the “Run the test” button. It keeps saying “The main element should have two paragraph elements as children.” What does mean?

Please Help Me!


#10

Sorry I just solve it myself.