From the looks of it, you have them nested incorrectly.
Your "p " should be in front of the text. So my answer was wrong.
Plus I don’t think you should add so many spaces between the code. Especially between font- and size, but I haven’t tried it, so I’m not sure if that’s a contributing factor.
@eternallocket, do you see the tip of the lesson? Make sure you do not nest
<p> tags incorrectly, your code will not work if you type something like this:
<p><p style="font-size: 10px;" >Some text for you to make tiny!</p>
Style is an attribute you can add to a paragraph opening tag, lets say we start with this:
<p>Some text for you to make tiny!</p>
you can simple add a style attribute to the paragraph opening tag:
<p style="">Some text for you to make tiny!</p>
no need to create additional paragraph opening/closing tags in this process
Ah, it seems I misread the image. I thought it said to do it in either of those ways. I thought it was weird, but I don’t remember that part of the course very well. So went with what I thought it said.
Is the rest of what I put still correct, about the spacing especially when it comes to the style names?
Yea, the rest of your code is fine.