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CSS How to Make a Website CSS: Cascading Style Sheets Style the Basic Elements

I have no links on the page of this challenge?

It says to remove the underlines in all the links but I have a blank workspace here? What gives?

2 Answers

Jimmy Hsu
Jimmy Hsu
6,511 Points

The exercise for this is a bit misleading as there aren't clear indicators as to what the "page" is. As a programmer, it isn't confusing as I know the abstract concept of how CSS/HTML works, but the treehouse team should add the HTML to ease the learning curve.

What this code challenge is asking is for you to create the styling for the "page" or all possible pages that may occur (global styling).

a {
  text-decoration: none;
}

By selecting all the links (anchor tag) and adding the `text-decoration property, that will "remove the underlines from all the links on the page."

Thanks Jimmy for your expertise. I would have been lost for quite awhile!