In style.css, set the border of the .hotel to 2 pixels wide, a solid line, and the color #FFF


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``` 1. In style.css, set the border of the .hotel to 2 pixels wide, a solid line, and the color #FFF.

.hotel {
border: 2px solid #FFF;
margin: 60px auto;
padding: 10px 0px 0px 0px;
width: 90%;

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same problem as this

but refresh does not help . reset also does not helpp . what now ?
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I just encountered this problem as well.

This just happened to me too.

make sure your zoom is set to 100%

WTF ? and it worked . but seriously , wtf is this ?

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It still isn’t working for me. Has anyone solved the issue? I set my zoom to 100% and didn’t do anything. Thanks.

set my zoom to 100% and it works. Tks guys!

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So, I set my zoom to 100% in Chrome and didn’t work. I then set it to 110,125, etc… nothing worked. I then used firefox at 100% zoom and it didn’t work. So, I decided to set my zoom to 110% just to see what happened and it worked! So, I guess you just have to try different browsers at different zooms until it works.

yes. basically need to change the ZOOM . no idea why . bad code ? bug ? but it does not suppose to do so .

I had the same error using Chrome. I set the zoom to 80% and it worked then. I have reported this as a bug as well.

I have tried changing zoom to different values in mozzila and chrome. Still - the code is not accepted. :confused:

It worked in Chrome for me also setting the zoom at 80%.

If your zoom is not on 100% then the size of the border is detected differently.

You zoom out it goes smaller, you zoom in it gets bigger (detects that size)

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