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ID selector issue

I've added the following section to my CSS tab as an answer to Challenge task 1 of 4

"Select the copyright using an ID selector. Give it a solid top border that is 8 pixels thick and has a color of #2A0400."

#copyright {
    border-top: 8px soild  #2A0400; 

But I'm still getting an error message guiding me to use '#' in order to select id elements as following: "Bummer! Remember, to select an ID, use the '#' character followed by the ID of the element you want to select."

Please advise

It seems that there some kind of a bug, the issue got solved without the need to change anything about my answer.

1 Answer

It was solved