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CSS CSS Foundations Selectors Link and User Action Pseudo-Classes

Has anyone noticed that the css coding changes from what the instructor types in this exercise?

Around the 8 minute mark, he types input:focus into the css document, switches back to html to demonstrate, and when he comes back to the css, it now reads a:focus.

1 Answer

Hi Lissa,

I think a few others have been mentioning this recently. Sounds like a video editing error.