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CSS

Hexadecimal Colors - Challenge 3/4

Ladies/Gents,

I'm having a tough time conceptualizing what is asked of me in this challenge. Maybe an extra set of eyes can elaborate on what I'm doing wrong. The direction states to:

"Set the color of anchor elements inside the nav element to white using a hexadecimal value."

Thus far I've tried using:

1) nav a, { color: #fff; }

2) nav a.selected, { color: #fff; }

Any thoughts on the matter would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

4 Answers

I think that you're right on, but it looks like those commas after your selectors are causing syntax errors. Try removing them. CSS doesn't like trailing commas. :D

Jonathan Baker
Jonathan Baker
2,304 Points

Not sure if this is just your question formatting or not, but there shouldn't be a comma after the selector before the curly brace.

The following should work just fine.

nav a {
  color: #FFF;
}

Thanks, guys. Happy coding.

nav a{ color: #ffffff; }