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CSS CSS Foundations Text, Fonts, and Lists More Text Properties: Part 2

The link's container is set to hide its overflow and it's not allowing the text to wrap, so the link appears to be cut off. Select the paragraph with the class link and set its text overflow to display an ellipsis.

Why doesn't this work?

.link{text-overflow: ellipse}

1 Answer

Bit much for a title that! ellipsis is the correct spelling

     .link { text-overflow: ellipsis;  }

I dont recall the Question but it could also be

     p.link { text-overflow: ellipsis;  }