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CSS CSS Foundations The Box Model Width, Height and Overflow Properties

Isha Srivastava
Isha Srivastava
5,002 Points

Not able to pass the code challenge!!

The code challenge was : Display the links in the nav as inline block elements. so i am doing this:

nav {

  display: inline-block;


I dont know where i am wrong,because its keeps saying "Bummer! Check the display property in your CSS." , please help!!

1 Answer

Erik McClintock
Erik McClintock
45,783 Points


The challenge wants you to target the links (i.e. the anchors, "a") inside the nav, and display those as inline-block. Currently, you're trying to target and display the nav itself as inline-block.

You're close! Make that correction and you'll be movin' on :)


Isha Srivastava
Isha Srivastava
5,002 Points

ohh!! thanks, its done.