Anything you type between the paragraph tags (which are p and /p inside brackets) in the code on the left will show up on the right which displays what the webpage will look like.
Maybe you want that code that you have in the paragraph on the style sheet?? On the left you can click the style.css to switch to the style page.
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What I expect to happen: [replace with a detailed description of the behavior you’re trying to create]
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I understand that but what is happening is some how the equal signs and quotations are appearing and NOT being written there. I’m trying to figure out why that is happening.
Line 8 (the paragraph) is being reproduced on the output page as displayed.
This looks to be the answer key, though, and when I look at the answer key on my teacher’s portal, it doesn’t look like that.
If that is your question, I’m not sure what is happening… you could check with firstname.lastname@example.org
Otherwise, I’m not clear on what you are asking as it is reproducing on the right side what is displayed on the left.
Good catch! I hadn’t noticed that it was on the rubric page.
Mine also shows up correctly when on the rubric tab.
Sounds like a question for email@example.com