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CSS CSS Foundations Advanced Selectors UI Element States Pseudo-Classes

What am I doing wrong here?

This is from the UI element states code challenge. Thanks in advance.

2 Answers

Joy Kesten
Joy Kesten
Treehouse Guest Teacher

If you're referring to the first challenge: don't forget when you're selecting a disabled state, you need to write a colon :disabled.

Here's the example used in the video: :disabled { }

If you're referring to the second challenge: don't forget the + label to your input[type="radio"]:checked

Good luck!

Maybe I need new glasses or ghosts (unidentified features) live in my computer. I had done as you suggested in your answer (and even attempted to include it in my question). I, nonetheless, retyped everything after your reply. Of course, it worked this time. Oh well. I do appreciate your reply, however. There must have been a syntax error that I did not see.

Joy Kesten
Joy Kesten
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Not to worry, that's why we're here :)