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CSS CSS Foundations Text, Fonts, and Lists Font Properties

Stephen Printup
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Stephen Printup
UX Design Techdegree Student 45,252 Points

I've input what I think is the correct answer to task 1 and it is not working. What is the correct answer to task 1?

The question was: Create a new rule by selecting the paragraph in the document. Create a font stack using Baskerville, Times New Roman, Times, serif.

I've input: p { font-family: baskerville, "times new roman", times, serif; }

4 Answers

Chris Malcolm
Chris Malcolm
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also make sure to include capital letters for fonts specified. its case-sensitive

Chris Malcolm
Chris Malcolm
2,909 Points

probably get rid of quotes on times new roman and it will work

Stephen Printup
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Stephen Printup
UX Design Techdegree Student 45,252 Points

I just did that and it still doesn't work. Baskerville, Times New Roman and Times are all blue while serif is red; I'm not sure what this means.