Oops, try again. Make sure your <h1> header has the font-family Arial!


What am I doing wrong I have heading set to Arial and can even see the font change.

Tables Are Mega Sweet



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Never nest paragraph inside headers (h1) and vice versa.

Remove the paragraph out of h1, and add the style attribute to the h1 opening tag. Style is an attribute you can add to many html elements.


Boom Baby it worked! Thank you

For those that are new what stetim94 is referring to is instead of this

<h1><p style=font-family: Arial"> Tables Are Mega Sweet </p><h1>

do this

<h1 style=font-family:Arial"> Tables Are Mega Sweet</h1>

the P is referring to a paragraph when in fact I was inside the header "h1" so make sure you declare the correct place where you want to add your attribute.

Thanks again


Thanks so much! I had the same exact issue. I appreciate that you explained that you can put the style instructions inside of the header command. I was getting the impression it was always tied to the paragraph command which made no sense. Thanks!