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CSS CSS Selectors Going Further with Attribute Selectors and Pseudo-Classes Substring Matching Attribute Selectors Challenge

Jordan Soles
Jordan Soles
4,861 Points

Substring Matching Attribute Selectors Challenge

I'm having problems with this code challenge. My code looks like:

img[src^="product-"] { border-color:lightblue; }

What am I doing wrong? Thanks, Jordan

1 Answer

Julie Myers
Julie Myers
7,627 Points

You are close. But, read the instructions again: "Create a selector that targets an img element if its title value begins with "product-". Set the border color to lightblue."

//your coding
img[src^="product-"] { 
  border-color:lightblue; 
}

// you need to replace src with title.
Jordan Soles
Jordan Soles
4,861 Points

Woo! Great, thank you Julie!

Julie Myers
Julie Myers
7,627 Points

You're welcome. Everyone makes these mistakes, especially when first learning.

Thank you! I was staring at that way too long trying to see what I was doing wrong. I appreciate your help!