FAQ: Accessibility - Visual Readability: Color

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The link in the exercise led us to here. I’m not the navigator.

https://www.codecademy.com/courses/learn-intermediate-css/lessons/learn-intermediate-css-accessibility/exercises/visual-readability-color

Did you give .survey-form input a border-color of #000000?

.survey-form input {
 border-color: #000000
}

@catower, a word?

No difference between this or that, which adds to the puzzle.

That code looks correct and should be passing the test from my end. Is there anything else that could be interfering?

Not sure. I even removed the semi-colon so it would match the solution.

The test on this is actually looking up the value of border-color to check if its #000000. And I can’t seem to replicate what’s going on. Best I can suggest is resetting the exercise and seeing if you can get it to fail again.

Reset, and still a fail.

im having the same issue. seems to me this migth be some other source than my fellows students code… idk but i’ve also tried putting it all the same as the solution, but still cant pass task number 2.

I had the same issue. I could take the solution and replace my code and then it worked.