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CSS

How do you by past a question you can't solve after getting help on community board.

Curly brace after CSS rule not answered.

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
230,248 Points

I don't understand what "Curly brace after CSS rule" is asking — what's the entire question?

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
230,248 Points

You can skip any course step by clicking on the next circle on the progress bar that goes across the top of the page. The current page is represented by the circle with the ring around it.

If you're on the very last circle, you can skip to the next stage by going back to the course index using the link at the top left (above the bar with the circles). From there, you can go directly to any page in the course.


If it helps, the general structure of a CSS rule is:

selector {
    property: value;
    shorthand-property: value value value;
    /* etc. */
}

The question has to do with HTML element and Style with CSS. It wanted you to style CSS after the Main-pg in HTML, by setting the border: color solid red; 4px; for <p> element. I keep getting a bummer erra reading remember to put Curly Braces after CSS rule. I have placed Curly Braces { } everywhere I can think of, however It will not accept no matter where I place them.

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
230,248 Points

I added generic rule structure to my answer.. If you show the exact code you are entering, and provide a link to the course page, I can be more specific.