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CSS How to Make a Website Customizing Colors and Fonts Write Hexadecimal Colors

I cant Pass the first Challenge (1 of 4)

The question. Set the color of first and second level headlines to white using a hexadecimal value.

The answer. h1 , h2{ color: fff; }

This is the correct answer or not?? its not working for me so i cant move forward...

2 Answers

Everything is correct, just that you missed the # symbol in front of the color. Hex color values begin with a # symbol

h1 , h2{ color: #fff; }

thx im stupid...

Well, we have all been there at some point or the other :)