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I am using a Template literal on the task like requested in the exercise, but still not working.

# It is not working. WHat am I doing it wrong? 
## I am using Template literals like Tim Oltman said. But it still not workint though. 
### I was asked to fill in the correct answer in each blank provided below.
const headline = '<h1>A Literal Headline</h1>';


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Travis Alstrand
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Travis Alstrand
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Hi there Gabriela Miranda ! :wave:

Could you please provide a link to the quiz you're on? I'm not sure exactly which one you're referring to as this was posted in the general "JavaScript" topic.

When creating template literals, be sure to use backticks instead of quotation marks though. They're on the same key as the ~ tilde, usually at the top left of the keyboard.

Here's a helpful documentation page that may help as well! :smiley: