I certainly do 16! )
Hey @khachatryan this is how you change your properties. Example:
<p style = "color:red ; size:10px"></p>
In the 9th line you incorectly set the style of size. Its not suppose to be a equal sign but a colon :
size= as opposed to
You're right, but you would need to remove the spaces between
OK, I've fixed it, but the system still detects 32px out of nowhere and gives out the error...
Please give me something to paste there and pass this level )
<title>Changing the colors!</title>
<h1 style="color: green; size:16px">Big Heading</h1>
<p style="color: violet">A giant bear and a little duck were friends.</p>
<p style="color: red; size:10px">But the bear got hungry and ate the duck.</p>
Oh thanks a lot!
I even checked it at the W3C Validator and it didn't find a problem though...
No machine is ever going to be able to catch everything... But also, I think that
size is a valid CSS property, it just doesn't control the
Did it work for you? I tried that and I have the same problem...
I have got the same problem someone knows the solution? Please help.
@codingnewb47 @ryanvanderveer See my, @amanuel2's, and @jibblyj's posts above. If they don't help, please create a new topic with a link to the exercise you're on, your code, and the error message you're getting.
Where you been, Zeke?