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From doing the exercise, i found that the answer was:
but i dont understand why i cant use:
.For the h5.description, i figured that it was because i didnt make the class=“description”. so i added it in to the html and it worked but only for one of them. (had to add the class into the other two h5 headings below in order to make all three h5 headings teal).
<h5 class="description">Top Attractions</h5> <ul> <li>Museums</li> <li>Bike Tours</li> <li>Historical Monuments</li> </ul> </div>
I figured that was it but when i tried
it made the whole paragraph, list header and list teal. This is what confused me because this would mean that all of this is in the “description” class right? So it takes me back to why couldnt i use
if the header was already in the description class?
sorry if this is confusing i dont really know how to explain it better
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