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    Hi!

    I just started coding in HTML and have this really weird problem that i can't figure out. I have an <adress> in a <footer> and nothing weird about it but when i try to verify it, it says that i'm not allowed to have the <address> within the <footer>. Look at the pictures if you don't understand (it is the last <footer> that is getting an error.

    Btw this is an excersise from my school which is why it's the most pointless webpage ever.

    Now my question is, how to I fix this?

    Pictures: http://puu.sh/r3bar/c6b2967252.png, http://puu.sh/r3biY/c363240f58.png

    Thanks in advance!

  • #2
    Hello,

    It should be <address>, not <adress>

    Also, why do you have two footer tags going?

    Semantically, you would use something like the <article> tag for the first footer, then the <footer> for your actual footer. You can also use a <div>

    Let me know if that helped, if not, we can dive further into this.

    Good luck!
    Riley
    Riley-Shannon.com - My Portfolio
    FraktalServices.com - My Company

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    • #3
      OMG! Hahah thank you I am so embarrassed.. it's because of my bad english haha, and yeah maybe I should move the first footer within the div instead of the other way around

      Thanks for the help!

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      • #4
        Of course

        And no need to be embarrassed, it happens a lot more than you think, especially missing ';'

        Good luck on your project!
        Riley
        Riley-Shannon.com - My Portfolio
        FraktalServices.com - My Company

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        • #5
          The simplest typos are the hardest for you to spot and the easiest for someone else to spot.
          Stephen
          Learn Modern JavaScript - http://javascriptexample.net/
          Helping others to solve their computer problem at http://www.felgall.com/

          Don't forget to start your JavaScript code with "use strict"; which makes it easier to find errors in your code.

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