[FIXED] Typo in CSS Hexadecimal Colors

Hi there!

I apologize if this is not the proper form, but I’ve linked to the review of the CSS-colors module here, because under the CSS Hexadecimal heading, there seems to be (what I think, at least) is a mistake,

It says hex values are, in total, sixteen, represented by 0-10 and a through f, as the following screenshot should attest,

Is this correct? If you employ 0-10, firstly there’s no way to differentiate between 1, followed by 0, and 10 (as in the number ten). Secondly, if you count all possible digits, 0 through 9, and then a through f, you’ll end up with sixteen digit possibilities. So that’s why I think it’s incorrect.

If anyone can shed some light on this, I’d love it. Apart from this, I’ve been enjoying the coursework greatly, learning with this platform is a fun and engaging experience.

Thank you for your time,


Yes, that should be 0-9 and a-f. Seems like a typo in the practice.


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I’ve moved your topic to the bug reporting category; it should be 0-9 and not 0-10. I will report this for you shortly. :slight_smile:

Edit: I have reported the typo. :slight_smile: Thanks for reporting it @pichiaretti161246478

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Hi there.

The text in the practice has been corrected. :slight_smile:

Thanks again for reporting it. :+1: