Debugging Help!1

csd-unit-2

#1

Hi,

I am trying to help this student debug her code however; I cannot figure what is keeping most of the code from appearing on her webpage. Please help.

https://codeprojects.org/XhcG5FFSFczkAvl8ZU1YL_Y8ZGTnS05b8ThduRd04nM/


#2

Can you please let us know what you are expecting to show up that is missing, and where you are expecting it to show up? It is hard for us to know what is missing because… it’s missing. :smiley:

Thanks,
Elizabeth


#3

Sorry. Here is the code:

Equine Care Co.

<h2> Introduction </h2>
<p>  Hello! This website will provide information about how to take good care of your horse. Each task and care item will be listed with a description of it below. Any questions, comments, or concerns email us at: EquineCareCompany@gmail.com </p>
<h2> Grooming </h2>
<h4> You will need: </h4>
  • A curry comb or grooming mitt.
  • A body brush with fairly stiff bristles.
  • A mane and tail comb. Plastic causes less breakage than metal ones.
  • A fine soft bristled finishing brush.
  • A hoof pick.
  • A clean sponge or soft cloth.
    • Nice to have:

      • Grooming spray.
      • Hoof ointment if recommended by your farrier.
      • Scissors or clippers.

      Why is it important

      There are several reasons to the importance of grooming your horse, and in a quick easy summary these are the important reasons:

      • To clean him and make him look nice and feel comfortable
<li> To check him over carefully for injuries or skin problems </li>

<li> To prevent sores from dirt under the tack when you ride him </li>

<li> To condition his skin and make his coat shine </li>

<li>To promote good circulation of the blood </li>

Your horse should be groomed or at least checked over every day, whether he is ridden or not. This prevents any prolonging injuries or sores from getting worse, and keeps your horse in supreme condition. It is important your horse is cleaned before he is saddled to prevent dirt from causing saddle and girth sores, and he should be brushed smooth after he has been ridden. This helps to prevent sores, stimulate blood circulation, and gives you the time to really bond with your horse. Gaining a relationship with your horse is imperative because it creates a trusting bond for when you are riding and competing. Your horse will gain a relationship with his rider and understand who is in charge. By grooming your horse it gives him or her attention and affection, which goes a long way for the partnership development of you and your horse. Essentially, if you want to keep your horse healthy and happy, you have to groom him every day. With grooming, one must groom and put care into the following equine regions. They include: body care, face care, hoof care, and mane and tail care. All these areas are important to maintain cleanliness and examination to keep your horse in prime condition for competition and daily health. The essential grooming kit to own includes a hoof pick, a mane and tail comb, a dandy brush (a stiff brush), a curry comb, a body brush (a soft brush), a face brush, sponges and a sweat scrapper. These are the main items needed for good brushing and equine grooming care. At Baker's, we have a variety of coloured brushes, hoof picks, sponges, sweat scrappers etc to fit your preference.

Grooming Tutorial step-by-step

STEP 1 - Secure your horse

Although your horse may be trained to stand still, many horses will feel the need to shift and move their feet whilst they are being groomed. To ensure your horse is kept in place, tie the lead rope above the height of the horse's withers (shoulder blades) and use a quick release knot to secure him to a post or ask a friend/colleague to hold the rope. Always use a quick release knot in case your horse gets spooked and tries to escape by pulling in a backward motion. This is highly dangerous for both of you. In case of an emergency, you should keep a Marlinspike in your grooming kit, this can loosen knots and cut through rope.

Here's how to tie a quick release knot Creative Commons License
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#4

But this is all that shows up:

Equine Care Co.

Introduction

Hello! This website will provide information about how to take good care of your horse. Each task and care item will be listed with a description of it below. Any questions or comments, email us at: EquineCareCompany@gmail.com

Grooming

What you need

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International


#5

I opened the site up using the source code and there is no HTML included that is not already showing up on the page. Were you able to find the error? Looks like this student is creating a quality site!


#6

Yes we were able to fix it.