Oops, try again. It looks like your header's font-size is 32px instead of 16px


#1

I certainly do 16! )


#2

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 :


#3

You put size= as opposed to size:
Change this.


#4

You're right, but you would need to remove the spaces between style and =, and = and "


#5

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 )

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<title>Changing the colors!</title>
</head>
<body>
<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>
</body>
</html>


#6

@khachatryan The property is font-size, not size :)


#7

Oh thanks a lot! :smile:
I even checked it at the W3C Validator and it didn't find a problem though...


#8

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 font-size :)


#9

Did it work for you? I tried that and I have the same problem...


#10

I have got the same problem someone knows the solution? Please help.


#11

@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.
Thanks!


#12

#mentioned.

Where you been, Zeke?


#13

@jibblyj Haha, sorry for mentioning all of you guys - maybe I should've done @jibblyj (&#64;jibblyj) instead or something so it showed up but you didn't get mentioned :)

Out in the middle of nowhere :)