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CSS CSS Selectors Selectors - Beyond the Basics Combinators Challenge

Ibrahim Maiga
Ibrahim Maiga
5,342 Points

CSS. Create selector targeting p elements that are direct adjacent siblings of h2 elements. Then set top margin to .5em.

Dear all,

Can't see what is wrong with my code?

.h2 + p { margin-top: .5em; }

Many thanks.

1 Answer

Jake Ford
Jake Ford
9,230 Points

You added a dot before h2(.h2). The dot added makes it look like you have a class called "h2".

Remove that dot and it should work :)

    h2 + p{margin-top: .5em; }
Christiaan Quyn
Christiaan Quyn
14,706 Points

Nice find :D I did the same thing and took ages to figure out what I missed :D