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Can somebody please tell me what is wrong with my CSS.

I do not know what I am doing wrong for this code challenge. Please help me! Thanks! Here is the CSS I typed in.

.sketch { background: url('img/pencil.png') no-repeat left bottom, url('img/smiley.png') no-repeat right top, url('img/texture.jpg'); }

here are the directions

We have an image file, 'smiley.png', located in the 'img' folder. Add it as an image above the texture background. Set it so that it doesn't repeat, and position it in the top-right corner of the div. Then, add 'img/pencil.png' above the smiley image layer. Set it so that it doesn't repeat, and position it in the bottom-left corner.


1 Answer

Chris Dziewa
Chris Dziewa
17,781 Points

Make sure to set the background image position with vertical position followed by horizontal position. You have it the other way around. The following code should be accepted:

.sketch { 
    background: url('img/pencil.png') no-repeat bottom left, url('img/smiley.png') no-repeat top right, url('img/texture.jpg');