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setting max width of img in css - challenge task 5 of 6 - not sure why I'm getting error msg

Here's the challenge task request:

Give the image a maximum width of 150 pixels and a border radius of 100%.

Here's the code I entered:

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

Here's the error msg I got:

Bummer! Did you set the max width to 150px?

My response:

Yes, I attempted to do so. What's wrong with my code?

Thanks in advance for your help?

2 Answers

7,813 Points

You should select a proper selector because there are several element image in the html. So,you need to specific the selector location . The image have a class inside it,why not we use the selector through that class (.profile-photo)


   margin:0 auto 30px;


Thanks Jakz. Selecting the class made the difference. :)

Thanks you helped a lot :)