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Shows overflow: hidden, but its not actually in the CSS

Hey all. I am banging my head against the wall.

in the CSS on the development inspect browser my site shows overflow hidden for the .header class of the nav. but in the actual CSS it doesn't exist. im so confused.

yes my code is in-efficient.


2 Answers

It's there; however, you're targeting the "head" element and not the "header" element, like I believe you intended to.


I'll take a look. I am idiot, I made the changes but didn't delete the cookies/cache so it was loading the "old" page.