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What’s wrong with the following HTML markup? <p style"font-size:10px;">Copyright <span>2015</span></p>

12/14/2018 11:41:21 AM

Musa Matena

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Musa Matena you forgot to add an " = " after the word "style" 👍

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Missing = sign after style attribute. Copyright is not displayed like that. The right way is &copy. It can be corrected as => <p style="font-size:10px;"> &copy A<span> 2015</span></p>

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Missing equality sign "=" after "style"

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It is supposed to be: <p style="font-size:10px;">Copyright <span>2015</span></p> You omitted '='

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style=

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it should be : <p style = "font-size: 10px">

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The code is just missing a few things. Is: <p style"font-size:10px;">Copywright<span>2015</span></p> Should be: <p style = "font-size:10px;"> &copy; <span>2015</span> </p> The difference is that the style attribute is correct because it now follows attribute, value syntax. The &copy is the correct way to enter a copyright Symbol I hope this helps please let me know if I can be of any further assistance.

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olvidaste poner el signo de = despues de style y borrar el punto y coma ; que tiene despies de px