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CSS CSS Selectors Going Further with Attribute Selectors and Pseudo-Classes Substring Matching Attribute Selectors Challenge

Marco Mancera
Marco Mancera
4,188 Points

i'm trying to solve this with the next code but is not working correctly... is this a bug?

Solution:

img [title^="product-"] { border-color: lightblue; }

Problem:

it keeps saying if i'm adding the border-color:lightblue to the code...

style.css
/* Complete the challenge by writing CSS below */
img [title^="product-"] { border-color: lightblue; }

1 Answer

Matthew Tran
Matthew Tran
16,343 Points

You're about to be very upset, haha. Everything is perfect except for the space right after the word img. To use this syntax in selecting certain images, it has to be one fluid string. Take out your first space between img and [title^="product-"] and you'll pass

img[title^="product-"] { 
     border-color: lightblue; 
}
Marco Mancera
Marco Mancera
4,188 Points

omg xD haha thanks a lot :D