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CSS

code challege - text properties problem!

Having trouble with this -Indent the paragraph's first line by 50px.This is what I put:

p { text-indent: 50px; } This answer appears Bummer! Check the text indent declaration in your CSS. Could someone help me please?

4 Answers

Guil Hernandez
STAFF
Guil Hernandez
Treehouse Teacher

Hi Deirdre FReeman,

I tested the code challenge several times to make sure it's not a bug, and the same answer passed every time. But I did try to replicate what could be the reason for the error. Check the h1 CSS rule above, and make sure that it has a closing }.

If that still doesn't work, can you please post all the CSS from the code challenge? Thanks!

Hi Guil,

I'm having the same exact problem.

Here's what my css looks like:

h1 { text-transform: capitalize; }

p { text-indent: 50px; }

whoops! Found my error. Thanks!

I'm also having this problem, here's my code:

h1 { text-transform: capitalize; }

p { text-indent; 50px; }

I know I must be missing something, but I can't figure out what.

found it.

Michael Russell
Michael Russell
7,332 Points

This code passed the challenge:

h1{ text-transform: capitalize; }

p{ text-indent: 50px; }

This didn't work for me the first time. i didn't have any missing characters in the code, no missing "}" or anything. i even tried changing the selector to p::firstline and just ::firstline. When I came back to just using "p" as the selector, the code passed.