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header selector not matching HTML



<header> <img class="logo" src="../empresarq/img/logo-empresarq.png"> <div class="nav"> <a href=""><li>Contato</li></a> <a href=""><li>Projetos</li></a> <a href=""><li>Sobre</li></a> <a href=""><li>+ARQ</li></ul></a> <br><h1>Arquitetura também é planejamento.</h1> </div> </header>


<style> .header { min-width: 100%; max-height:100%; background-color: aquamarine; margin-bottom: 5em; margin-top: 5em; } <style>

why it's not matching?

2 Answers

Devin Scheu
Devin Scheu
66,191 Points

As far as I can see above you do not have a header class defined on your html, but you are selecting a class named header in your CSS. You can't select something that is not there :).

If you think my answer was good, feel free to mark it as best answer below, if you need more help in the future from me, you can contact me at devinwscheu@gmail.com.

thanks devin !