Jonavan Helom2,593 Points
select class 'container'
do you know what it mean by selecting class 'container'
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/* Complete the challenge by writing CSS below */ .wrapper ( width: 80%; margin: center; )
When you select a class in this case, It's being referenced in the CSS stylesheet. There are a few issues with what you wrote though.
First, in the CSS, you selected ".wrapper", which is not a class in your HTML sheet. Although technically you don't HAVE to include the class in your HTML for it to work, you DO need to modify the class that IS in your HTML. You used the wrapper div called "container", so instead of doing .wrapper in your CSS, replace it with ".container" (without the quotes) so that you are referencing that class which you want to modify.
Once you do that, go ahead and switch your margin property to use "0 auto" instead of "center". Center is more for alignment, where using 0 auto will set the top and bottom margins to 0 while AUTOmatically setting the margins of the left and right to fit the middle of the page.
So once again, reference .container instead of .wrapper in your CSS, then switch the margin to say margin: 0 auto;