IDK what I am doing wrong. "Putting it all together"


#1

I am completely stuck on this one. Can you tell me what I am doing wrong?








Introduction


Classes and IDs in CSS


Classes and IDs are super easy in CSS. You're using them right now!


Regular HTML Selectors


If you don't bother with a class or ID, an HTML element just gets
the regular CSS styling for that element—or the default styling if you
don't specify any particular styling on the stylesheet



CSS

intro {

color:#B83C3A;

{
.standout {
color:#F7AC5F;
font-family:Verdana;
}


#2

This is my Html


#3

I need help with this one too please!!


#4

i see two problems, problem one:

<h2 id="Intro">Introduction</h2>

Your id intro is with capitalized first letter, i would make it lowercase

second problem:

intro {
color:#B83C3A;
{ <- this opening curly bracket should be a closing curly bracket.

@jackiep03, you didn't provide any code, if you post your code i can help


#5

Again a syntax error and you used the Id "intro" in css and the id "Intro" in html doc. note that css is case sensitive while html is not.
so in css document you forgot to specify #before your id, this is very important.jl and you didn't place the correct parenthesis aafter your css code.


#6

This sentence:

Again a syntax error and you used thenthen I'd intro in css and the id Intro in html doc.

seems to be missing something, or is that just me?

i have to disagree on this line: so in css document you forgot to specify #before your id
If you don't use format, the # at the beginning at the line will make the line bod, here are the excact same lines one with format and one without:

intro {

#intro {


#7

Uh wot i don't understand what you are saying


#8

neither am i understanding what you mean with this line:

Again a syntax error and you used thenthen I'd intro in css and the id Intro in html doc.

well, i was saying that if you used a pound/number sign (#) as first character on a line, the forum makes the line bold. You claim: so in css document you forgot to specify #before your id

yolie8877 didn't forgot the # before intro, the forum turned the line bold (format on the forum)


#9

Here is the answer!

HTML








Introduction


Classes and IDs in CSS


Classes and IDs are super easy in CSS. You're using them right now!


Regular HTML Selectors


If you don't bother with a class or ID, an HTML element just gets
the regular CSS styling for that element—or the default styling if you
don't specify any particular styling on the stylesheet.



CSS

/*Add your CSS below!*/
.standout {
color:#F7AC5F;
font-family:Verdana
}

intro {

color:#B83C3A;

}