13. Putting it all together


#1

My html sheet reads:








Introduction


Classes and IDs in CSS


Classes and IDs are super easy in CSS. You're using them right now!


Regular HTML Selectors


If you don't bother with a class or ID, an HTML element just gets
the regular CSS styling for that element—or the default styling if you
don't specify any particular styling on the stylesheet.



My css sheet reads:

/*Add your CSS below!*/
.standout {
color="#F7AC5F"
font-family="#Verdana"
}

intro {

color="#B83C3A"

}

I keep getting the error message "Did you remember to set #intro's color to #B83C3A?"


#2

general css syntax:

selector {
  property: value:
}

after a property, there should be a colon, not a equal sign, this seems to be a problem after all your property's.

Also, for the next time:
your html code is not visible, take the following steps to make your code visible:

if this instructions are unclear, you can also insert 3 backticks before and after your code, like so:

```
<p>visible</p>
```

the backtick is located above the tab key on your keyboard


#3

I am getting the same error and my code looks to be fine. Anyone know what's up?

indent preformatted text by 4 spaces
/*Add your CSS below!*/

intro: {

color:#B83C3A;

}

.standout {
color:#F7AC5F;
font-family:Verdana;
}


#4

there shouldn't be a colon in your css selector