My code's not working!


  1. Double check all your files are saved.
  2. Check each quote has a pair.
  3. Do all of your HTML tags have a closing tag?
  4. Ask a mentor for help!

Add Some Paragraph Tags

In our bio section, Larry wants to share a little bit about himself. We got his bio from farm ipsum. When developers are building sites, sometimes they’re not sure what text is going to be on the page. Lorem Ipsum is latin text that’s often used as a placeholder.

Since Latin isn’t all that exciting, people have created a bunch of themed Ipsums. You can check them all out here. Or, if you want to, add some information about yourself in the bio section.

Once you’ve got some text, we’re going to wrap it in <p> tags.

        Goat goose hen horse. Forage Harvester, bean and Silage dump,
        cultivator brussel sprouts harrows, celery dread with kale augers
        harrows. Augers oats hen cowpies. Garden windmill chicks, hen at corn in,
        lettus a peppers. Rooster celery pineapples fertilizer, a melon chirp
        pets in. Sage mower goat, raccoons rhubarb outhouse a, apples berries corn.
        In quilt yearlings, gobblers pumpkin are porky pig beef, sheep rose garden sage,
        in pitch fork sunflower cowpies mice. Turkey daisys eggs squeal.

Feel free to add as many paragraph tags as you want, but as you go try to remember to indent your code. Indentation will keep it nice and organized, and makes it SO much easier to spot mistakes. If you’re not sure if your code is indented properly, grab a mentor and ask them. They’ll be happy to help you!

Save profile.html and refresh your page. You should see something like this:

add paragraph to bio