Help! Haml::SyntaxError in Posts#show

Ok, so I'm challenging myself to actually learn ruby/rails, I'm
currently doing the 12 on 12 challenge by mackenzie childs, i'm doing
the Muze app. I'm trying to add a comment section to the post section of
the site but when i try to pull up a post, i'm getting:

Haml::SyntaxError in Posts#show
Extracted source (around line #10):

you can review the code below (i've marked it) line 10 is ".comment",
what is going on, whats wrong with that code? Please Help!!!!

= image_tag @post.image.url(:medium)
%h1= @post.title
%p= @post.description
%p= @post.user.name

#comment
    %h2.comment_count= pluralize(@post.comments.count, "Comment")
    - @comments.each do |comment|
(This is line 10) .comment
       %p.username= comment.user.name
       %p.username= comment.content

     = render 'comments/form'

= link_to "Edit", edit_post_path(@post)
= link_to "Destroy", post_path(@post), method: :delete, data: [confirm:
"Are you sure?"]
= link_to "home", root_path

Ok, so I'm challenging myself to actually learn ruby/rails, I'm
currently doing the 12 on 12 challenge by mackenzie childs, i'm doing
the Muze app. I'm trying to add a comment section to the post section of
the site but when i try to pull up a post, i'm getting:

Haml::SyntaxError in Posts#show
Extracted source (around line #10):

you can review the code below (i've marked it) line 10 is ".comment",
what is going on, whats wrong with that code? Please Help!!!!

Since haml uses indentation to denote blocks etc it is very sensitive to indentation errors. I can't see if that's the cause of your problem though since your annotation has changed the indentation. There should also be more to the error message.

Fred.

Try this…
%h2.comment_count= pluralize(@post.comments.count, “Comment”)

- @comments.each do |comment|
      .comment
      %p.username= [comment.user.name](http://comment.user.name)
      %p.username= comment.content

 = render 'comments/form'

.comment seems to be a class selector move it to the correct place as well as your %p tags