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Using CSS to put a horizontal navigation bar below my main-header?


That's my current code above right now. I'm using this project right now as a way to retain what I am currently learning on treehouse, but I just can get the navigation to appear horizontally below my main header. I have tried using the display property and using the inline value, but it's not displaying :(. Let me know what I am doing wrong haha.

1 Answer

Dan Weru
Dan Weru
47,649 Points

hey, it seems like you have commented out the code inside the nav element in your html.

I commented it out because what I was doing to make it a horizontal navigation bar was not working. I added a class to the ul element, "navigation". But when I select it using the following property value below, it doesn't set it as an inline element.

.... .navigation { display: inline; }

Actually, nevermind. I was able to figure it out lol.