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.profile_photo declaration does not work with display block. img disappears. Firefox bug, see fix! Teachers notes:

/if i set to display to auto the img will display but not centered, browser firefox/

.profile_photo { display: block; margin: 0 auto 30px; max-width: 150px; border-radius: 100%; }

Its a browser compatibility issue, Firefox will not accept the display: block; or the margin: 0 auto; Chrome will accept the display: block; margin: 0 auto 35px;

I believe you'll find the bug is already reported in the lesson notes where the .profile_photo declaration is made. The fix is to include a clear:both property in the declaration

Thank You Thomas..I need to make a point to read the notes regularly. Clear fix for Firefox. will fix this bug.

.profile-photo { clear: both; display: block; max-width: 150px; margin: 0 auto 30px; border-radius: 100%; }

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Errin E. Johnson , that fix was specific to that problem.

I recommend that you clear the floated header in the wrapper element. This will save you from having other problems.

Add to your existing wrapper rule:

#wrapper {
clear: both;

Then this profile photo problem would have never happened. You can remove the clear: both from .profile-photo

Worked great! Clearing the wrapper makes sense. and i was able to remove the clear: both: from .profile-photo