What is wrong with my code in More Fonts...?


#1


More Fonts (5/16)


expected div.content > h1 to have its font-family style equal to "Playfair Display", serif but got 'Playfair Display', serif


h1 {
  font-family: "Playfair Display", serif;
  color: #FFF;
  font-size: 32px;
  padding-top: 100px;
  text-align: left;
  width: 60%;
}


#2

I have the same error and haven't been able to fix it.


#3

Me too - same error and am unable to proceed


#4

Me too - i tried con Crome navegator


#5

i had the same issue too
:frowning:


#6

Also with the same problem.

I've tried safari, chrome and firefox. I'v tried to put "" or '' or even _

but still stuck.


#7

"Playfair Display", serif; worked for me after I changed my browser for this task to IE. So maybe try another browser if you have one?


#8

I've tried with safari, firefox and chrome. I don't even know if IE works in a mac.

I'll try to install it. If it still exists.


#9

It worked in Opera browser


#10

I'm stuck here as well, has anyone been able to fix this?


#11

Hi Amber,

For me it worked in Opera Browser. I've tried in Firefox, safari and chrome and got no results.

When I logged in Opera, I just had to click next. Apparently the code was correct. Just a bug from the browser.

Let me know if Opera worked for you.

Hope it helps,

Bernardo


#12

yeah thanks buddy... changed to IE and mine just worked!


#13

My laptop doesnt support IE. What am i supposed to do now?


#14

Hello edirty6,

I just downloaded vivaldi and it worked for me!


#15

Looks like his is a pretty frequent problem in the last few weeks, lets hope it gets fixed soon.


#16

code academy provides code for this session but still its not running.please do the needful.!!!


#17

still this not working


#18

Same problem for me on Safari....


#19

Yup I downloaded Opera and it worked for me too!

I guess I'll keep Opera just in case another bug pops up.

Thanks much.


#20

Which Browser you use