CSS CSS Basics Understanding Values and Units Styling the Intro Paragraph

Neel shrestha
Neel shrestha
3,048 Points

give intro a unitless line-height that's 1.6 times larger than the font-size value.

<!DOCTYPE html>
    <title>Lake Tahoe</title>
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="page.css">
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="style.css">
    <header id="top" class="main-header">
      <span class="title">Journey Through the Sierra Nevada Mountains</span>
      <h1>Lake Tahoe, California</h1>
    <div class="primary-content t-border">
      <p class="intro">
        Lake Tahoe is one of the most <span>breathtaking attractions</span> located in California. It's home to a number of ski resorts, summer outdoor recreation, and tourist attractions. Snow and skiing are a significant part of the area's reputation.
      <a href="#more">Find out more</a>
    <footer class="main-footer">
      <p>All rights reserved to the state of <a href="#">California</a>.</p>
      <a href="#top">Back to top &raquo;</a>
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1 Answer

Jamie Reardon
Jamie Reardon
Treehouse Project Reviewer

Hey there, the answer is in the question: Give a "unitless" line-height that is "1.6" times larger. Basically, a unitless value means no unit (such as px, em, rem) is added at the end of the value. The line-height value of 1.6 will multiply the font-size value of the element by 1.6. So the answer is 1.6.