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Please Help CSS Challenge Tried twice but its not working.

I get the message Bummer! make sure your property is set to 'background-color' and value is set to 'lightblue'

body {
text-align: center;
color: lightslategrey;
header {
background-color: orange;
color: white;
#div {


In the 11th line, try removing the # before div.

2 Answers

Clint Dehner
Clint Dehner
8,808 Points

if you are calling straight from the html all you need is the name of the selector only.

id = # class =.


Thanks Vikranth I thought of div to define as an ID in css.