23 Many selectors, many properties


#1

I have no idea what I am doing wrong.
It keep saying the same:

"Oops, try again. Don't forget to set your h1 font to Verdana!"

But Verdana is written on my code... I dont get it!
It would really cool if somebody could help me :smile: (I am on 99% now lol) :stuck_out_tongue:

My html code:








Verdana


Lettertype



And my CSS

h1
{
font-family:Verdana,sans-serif;
color: #576D94;
}

p
{
font-family: Garamond,serif;
font-size :18px;
color: #4A4943;
}


#2

Hello betablaster27095! I think what you need to do is change

into
h1
{
font-family: Verdana;
color: #576D94;
}

Basically just removing 'backup font' of Sans-Serif.

Hope that helps!


#3

Thanks for your help but it still doesnt work.. I guess it is something with my css.. I cant edit anything at my css..


#4

The exact same thing is happening to me.

My CSS is:

h1 {
font-family: Verdana;
color: #576D94;
}
p {
font-size: 18px;
color: #4A4943;
}


#5

Lol same. Not sure about you guys, but my CSS is loading for the "h1" tag but not for the "p" tag. You guys getting the same?


#6

@betablaster27095,
Please edit your Post
and put your HTML-code in a so-called pre-code format as is described in
= http://discuss.codecademy.com/t/im-having-a-problem-on-lesson-11-23/2307/3


#9

I tried to post my html here following the guide but it doesnt work..


#10

yes,I am and is really fusterating.


#11

I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM! MY CSS IS THE SAME! THATS REALLY ANNOYING I'VE TRIED LIKE 99 TIMES. WISH SOMEBODY COULD HELP!
IT SAYS "Don't forget to set your h1 font to Verdana!" I CAN'T SEE ANY MISTAKES IN MY CODE!
HERE'S MY CSS:
h1 {
font-family: Verdana;
color:#576D94;
}
p {
font-size:18px;
color:#4A4943;
}


#12

I found the problem in my link code:

I didn't space between the semicolons. Once I spaced between them, the code worked.


#13

I've tried the spacing and that doesn't help. Same error code of setting the font family to Verdana. :?
///My Code///
h1 {
font-family: Verdana ;
color: #576D94 ;
}
p{
font-size: 18px ;
color: #4A4943 ;
}


#14

HTML code please use this format when pasting


#15

Eureka! I found it you must be having error in your link tag mine was

but we dont have equal to sign after link that was wrong. I removed that and it worked!


#16

ooopsie daisy sorrrrie


#17

I was getting the exact same message. Problem wasn't with my CSS but with my link code. The previous exercise will let through a link that's not correct, my problem was that I'd used </link> rather than putting everything inside like this:<link *info goes here*>. Once I'd fixed my link code everything worked fine!!


#18

Thanks so much for this. I need to brush up on remembering the linking function!


#19