So here’s the answer. What we have to do is find these two double quotes. So we know that we want to start looking from start_link, we can’t start from the beginning of page. So we want to use find on page, passing in the double quote, which is what we’re looking for, starting from the start_link position. So here’s how we need to do that, we’re going to initialize the variable, start_quote, which is where that double quote that starts the url is. And what we want to do is use page.find, to find in page. The string that we want to find is that double quote. To make a double quote as a string, we need to use a single quote, followed by a double quote, followed by a single quote. We also need to pass in a second parameter. We don’t want to find the first double quote in the page, because that might not be part of a link tag. So we also need to pass in the variable start_link. So that makes find start from the position of start_link look for the double quote, and it will return the location where that start quote appears. We also need to find the end quote. We’ll call that end_quote. To find the end_quote we don’t want to start from the start_link. If we started looking from the start_link we’d find the start_quote again. To find the end_quote we need to look starting from after the start_quote. So we’re going to use page.find again. Again looking for a double quote, so passing in the double quote as the string we’re searching for. We need to start from the position of start_quote. We can’t start from just the position of start_quote. If we started from start_quote, we’d find just the start_quote itself. We knew to start one after that position, so we need to add 1 to start_quote. And if we start looking from there, we’ll find the first quote after that. That’s the quote that ends the string. So the final thing we want to do, is set the variable url. So we’ll initialize url, to the string that we find between the start quote and the end quote. And so we can do that using the string selection. We’re selecting from the string page. We have to think carefully about where we start. We don’t want to start with a start_quote because that would include the double quote in the url. We just want the url not including the double quote, so we’re going to start with the start_quote plus 1. And we’re going to go from there until the end_quote. We don’t want to include the closing double-quote. We don’t include that one in the string. So we don’t need to subtract 1 from the end_quote. And that will get us the url, extracted from the first link on the web page.