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Martin Bornman
Martin Bornman
Courses Plus Student 12,662 Points

Pseudo class

It looks like an <h1> made its way inside the parent body. Now our :nth-child selector no longer targets the desired combination of img child elements. Replace :nth-child with the pseudo-class that only targets a specific type of child element.

My answer to this is:

img:nth-type-of(1) { clear: left; }

I get a Bummer.What am I doing wrong?

2 Answers

Alex Pamphilon
Alex Pamphilon
11,614 Points

Try this instead.

img:nth-of-type(1) { clear: left; }

Hi Martin,

you receive a bummer, because you made a syntax mistake. The correct synax for this pseudo class is a follows:

img:nth-of-type(1n) { clear: left; }

Hope it helped Saskia