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CSS CSS Layout Techniques Display Modes Display Modes Challenge

Adama Sy
Adama Sy
7,076 Points

Next, let's display .main-logo, .main-nav, and .main-nav li so that they're inline but can be styled as block-level elements.

.main-logo, .main-nav, .main-nav li { display: block-level; }

does not seem to be enough

2 Answers

Lawrence Bowden
Lawrence Bowden
19,869 Points

I think the display value you are looking for is not "block-level", but rather it is "inline-block".

An inline-block element is treated as an inline element, but can by styled as if it were a block-level element.

Your code should look something like this:

.main-nav li {
     display: inline-block;
Adama Sy
Adama Sy
7,076 Points

Yes I did found that out, I was about to delete this discussion. thanks