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How to write two classes?
When one needs to write two or more classes one after the other, can it be done under one line or does it need to be separated in two or more lines? this is in regards css grid system quiz...Also in that case can that <div class> be closed under one single</div>?
Tom Bedford15,645 Points
I'm a bit confused by what you mean with the lines/separation.You can add all the classes you need inside one set of quote marks with a space between each.
<p class="one two">This paragraph has two classes, "one" and "two".</p>
Hope this helps!
Salmen Bejaoui8,017 Points
you put one or more classes in one single line , example class="first_class second_class third_class .....
Thanks for the tip I was able to get through