This is a Basic Tribute Page

This is a Basic Tribute Page
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#1

I did not go all out on this Tribute. I kept to basic to the “T” for the scope of the project.
If any one knows how to get the < li > style that HTML4 had for HTML5 without extra unwanted code. Please I would like to know. Hence, HTML not scripting.
[Tribute Page - Maplestory] https://codepen.io/jazzyrosez/details/GQKXqL

EDIT: added the right page. Long week.


#2

I assume you are aware that you are using HAML as an HTML Preprocessor for this project? From what I know about HAML, you have not written valid syntax for most of the HTML section. You might want to select None for the HTML Preprocessor under the HTML module settings.

Also, the following is not valid syntax for the CSS section:

<h1 style="text-align:center">

You might want to review how to use CSS selectors to change properties values. See the following challenge:

Also, I am not sure what you mean by “I kept to basic to the “T” for the scope of the project.”


#3

Hello @jazzyrosez,

HTML

  • error

The “align” attribute on the “h1” element is deprecated. Use CSS instead.

From line 1 to line 1:

  <h1 align="center"><b>Map

Reference:
https://www.w3.org/TR/html401/present/graphics.html#h-15.1.2

Attribute definitions
align = left|center|right|justify [CI]
Deprecated. This attribute specifies the horizontal alignment of its element with respect to the surrounding context.


  • error

The “center” element is deprecated. Use CSS instead.

From line 3 to line 3:

<figure>
  <center>

reference:
https://www.w3.org/TR/html4/present/graphics.html#edef-CENTER

The CENTER element is exactly equivalent to specifying the DIV element with the align attribute set to “center”. The CENTER element is deprecated.


  • error

No space between attributes.

From line 4 to line 4:

<center>
  <img src="http://nxcache.nexon.net/umbraco/7649/party01desktop_1024x768.jpg" alt="MapleStory Party" height="35%"width="


cheers and happy codding :slight_smile:


#4

The instructions has to not use CSS in the coding. So, I am trying to limit that. Thank you for spotting that spacing issue.