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CSS

I am having trouble with the div, and cannot get the background to change orange. Any help?

3 Answers

HI DeAndre

this does not work.

<div> id="wraper"

id is an attribute of the div element and need to be in the opening element bracket. Like this

<div id="wrapper">

Tip: I notice also that you name your css file Main.css. I is a good rule to keep file names lowercase (or camelCase). Next name it main.css. Same goes with images and other files.

Good luck.

I added the >, but it seems to still show in the preview when i run the text editor.

It's not about adding a ">". Look better at my answer.

Share your code if you are still having problems.