I’m getting the error code: “did you give your h3 header a class value of fancy?” but when I run the code, the h3 and p are both coming up correctly.
<link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" href="stylesheet.css"/>
<h3>Bucky is too precious for this world</h3>
<p>The world doesn't deserve bucky barnes</p>
“h3 header class value of fancy”…
h3. Not div.
See your problem?
Okay, but how is my solution to it ‘wrong’?
It’s incorrect because you added the class to the
div surrounding the
h3 tags, not the
h3 opening tag itself.
So the code itself isn’t necessarily wrong, it just doesn’t answer the exactly the way it wants?
Well, technically yes. It would do what you want, which is to make the text look ‘fancy’, but you’re right, you’d have to put the class in
h3 specifically to pass.
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