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CSS CSS Basics (2014) Enhancing the Design With CSS Text Shadows and Box Shadows

Let't give main header an inner shadow with a second set of box shadow values. Hor and Vert to 0, Blur 60px, and so on.

Really lost here guy's!

/* Complete the challenge by writing CSS below */
.main-heading {
text-shadow: 0 0 5px #be7b31

.title {
text-shadow: 1px 3px 0 #e59740

.main-header {
box-shadow: 0 0 5px #be7b31;  
box-shadow: inset 0 0 60px 5px firebrick;  
<!DOCTYPE html>
    <title>Lake Tahoe</title>
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="page.css">
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="style.css">
    <header id="top" class="main-header">
      <span class="title">Journey Through the Sierra Nevada Mountains</span>
      <h1 class="main-heading">Lake Tahoe, California</h1>

        <div class="primary-content">
            <p class="intro">
                Lake Tahoe is one of the most breathtaking attractions located in California. It's home to a number of ski resorts, summer outdoor recreation, and tourist attractions. Snow and skiing are a significant part of the area's reputation.
            <a class="callout" href="#more">Find out more</a>
        </div><!-- End .primary-content -->

        <footer class="main-footer">
            <p>All rights reserved to the state of <a href="#">California</a>.</p>
            <a href="#top">Back to top &raquo;</a>

1 Answer

11,063 Points

Hey Tony I'm going to guess that you're confused on the last task. It's saying that you can apply multiple shadows to an element using the same css selector. Essentially you're typing a new shadow after the first one just by seperating them with a shadow. Here's what the code should look like:

  text-shadow: 0 0 5px #be7b31;
  text-shadow: 1px 3px 0 #e59740;
  box-shadow:0 2px 15px #aaa, inset 0 0 60px 5px firebrick;