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Hey Team Treehouse - See, I'm learning already! CSS Error - Missing closing semi colon - Line 115 - color: #bdc3c7

Hey Guys, I've spotted a tiny mistake with the code - in the project. Stage 6- Video 3 download.

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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The closing semicolon is optional for the last property in the rule.

Though it probably should have been mentioned.

And yes, it would be a best practice to always use one.

Thanks for letting me know! I guess in terms of best practice, it's always good to close? Just in case somebody adds code later on, they may waste time looking for why the property isn't declaring?