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CSS CSS Foundations Selectors Basic Attribute Selectors

Need some help please!

The question is as follow: Add a new attribute selector that will target the input element with the type attribute value text. Set the background color to lightyellow

This is my answer: input [type="text"] { background-color: lightyellow; }

however, It tells me to check my input selector and make sure my color is lightyellow.

Can anyone please help with some advice.

1 Answer

It looks like you have a space between input and [type="text"]