Make a new CSS rule that selects the p element inside <div class="jumbotron">..</div>. Set the color to #fff Set the font-size to 20px


#1
Make a new CSS rule that selects the p element inside <div class="jumbotron">..</div>.
Set the color to #fff
Set the font-size to 20px

#2

have the same problem


#3

I dunno how to make a css rule to target < p> tags within a < div>. That sounds like something you'd need to do with jquery or javascript and I have not messed around with that too much just yet. However you can just do < p class="jumbotronp> for your < p> tags within that < div>.


#4

By the time you get to this exercise you have already created the following CSS rules -- and the pattern for doing this exercise is the same:

Select all the a elements in the nav div
Select all the h1 elements in the jumbotron div

Check your main.css file to refresh your memory on how you formed those.

Now you want to:

Select all the p elements in the jumbotron div

Do you see how to form the new selector now?


#5

2 posts were split to a new topic: 5. Jumbotron: Paragraph


#6

If you click on the navigation button: the three horizontal lines at the bottom of your browser, next to the Lesson 5, you can skip to Lesson 6 and then look over to your main.ccs page to see where to link up your links from there.

You have to make another navigation attribute but for p underneath what you previously did to header .jumbotron h1 {

Hope this helps!