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JavaScript Treehouse Club: JavaScript Car Sounds CSS Selectors

Gabriel Camacho
Gabriel Camacho
2,337 Points

Adding a stoke to the button elements

Hello.

I was playing around and i was trying to add to the key button a stroke to the right and to the nitro button a stroke to the left. How can i make the stroke specific to only that button?

i try it like this and other ways around but couldn't do it.

.src["images/key.png"] { border-right-style:dotted; border-right-color:Gray; border-right-width:thin; }

thanks!

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,582 Points

This is really a CSS issue, not a JavaScript issue.

Your CSS selector seems to be targeting an element with class src (which is not present in the HTML), and a property named "images/key.png" (which is probably not valid).

But it seems like you wanted to target the IMG tag that has the src property of "images/key.png". That would look like this: img[src="images/key.png"].

Putting it together for both buttons (and collapsing the CSS into the shorthand notation), you would get:

img[src="images/key.png"] { border-right: thin dotted Gray; }
img[src="images/nos.png"] { border-left: thin dotted Gray; }
Gabriel Camacho
Gabriel Camacho
2,337 Points

Thanks a lot! of course the selector should go to the img