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Pavneet Bolena983 Points
Where do i place the class? :(
<!doctype html> <html> <head> <title>List Example</title> <link rel="stylesheet" href="styles.css"> </head> <body> <a class="social links"> <a href="#">Follow me on Twitter!</a> <a class="social links"> <a href="#">Send me an Email!</a> </body> </html>
Rich Zimmerman24,063 Points
HTML elements can have multiple classes, and they're separated by space. So in this example you have 1 class name that is 2 words, so they need to be connected - in this case by a hyphen. So the class name MUST be "social-links".
Your code right now has your a elements having 2 classes, both "social" and "links"
Oluwasegun Adesina8,805 Points
1) You need to put the class="social-links" and the href="#" in the same opening link tag. 2) You're missing the "-" between "social" and "links". The syntax should be as follows:
<a class="social-links" href="#">Follow me on Twitter!</a> <a class="social-links"> <a href="#">Send me an Email!</a>