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CSS

Media Queries Code Challenge, STUCK!

The code challenge is "Create a media query that sets the 'body' element's background color to #FF6347 and its text color to white if the viewport width is 768px or less."

My Code Is "@media screen and (min width: 768px){

body{

background:#FF6347;

color:#FFFFFF;

}

}

And the error I get is "Bummer! Did you specify the right background color?" YES I DID! I copy/paste what color you told me to put

Can anyone please help :) Thank you.

4 Answers

:D I got what I was doing wrong

min width

should have been

max-width.

Zen Hess
Zen Hess
6,700 Points

Nice! That section was a bit confusing to me as well. Glad to hear you were able to resolve the issue on your own.

Marcus Tisäter
Marcus Tisäter
4,886 Points

Isn't it suppose to be

background-color: #FF6347;

It Was Not necessary in this case. It worked the way I put it, just needed to edit the @media screen and () function.