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Melissa Melting tallow4,790 Points
https://teamtreehouse.com/workspaces/17887852 My picture won't turn round.
I tried doing all the ways on the help part to fix it. Like both clear thing. Then made
width the same, then tried pixels instead of percentage for
border-radius and nothing worked.
Simon Coates28,694 Points
As stated, the image should have an equal width and height. I just looked online and it should just be a matter of having the image, having the css, and having the selectors match. The site i linked to included:
<img class="img-circle" src="kitten.jpg">
To me, it seems like the most likely way to get this wrong is to not have the selector match the element. YOu can see in the above code the image class matching the selector.
Steven Parker's advice regarding showing people your code is going to improve the quality of assistance you get. The other thing you can do is include code directly, where the code is preceded by three backticks and followed by three backticks. The backtick is a `, you'll probably find it on the key with the ~.