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CSS CSS Foundations Text, Fonts, and Lists Text Properties

Gavan Bright-Daley
Gavan Bright-Daley
1,931 Points

Stage 5 Text, Fonts and Lists

Can't seem to get this to validate, my head hurts...

'''css /* Complete the challenge by writing CSS below */ h1::first-letter { text-transform: capitalize; }

2 Answers

Hi Gavan,

You're targeting the first letter only and then applying the style to that first letter only.

text-transform: capitalize will capitalize the 1st letter of each word. So you want to target the h1 and apply that style.

h1 {
  text-transform: capitalize;
Gavan Bright-Daley
Gavan Bright-Daley
1,931 Points

Thanks Jason! That works a treat...