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lynda montgomery3,746 Points
I'm really not sure if I understand what this question is asking. I've tried a number of things.
Are there suppose to be 4 classes for that element? Ive tried wrapping two separate divs and one extended one. I really don't know what else to try.
Erik McClintock45,783 Points
This challenge is asking you to first wrap the 'featured-cupcake' element in a div, and to give that new wrapping div two classes. The second task is then asking you to append two classes to the featured-cupcake element itself, NOT the new wrapping div.
So for task 1, you're creating a new wrapper div and giving it two classes.
For task 2, you're adding two classes to the pre-existing featured-cupcake element.
Hope this helps to clear things up!