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CSS CSS Basics (2014) The Box Model The Box Model Review

whats the answer

whats the answer here?

5 Answers

Christopher van Ruitenbeek
Christopher van Ruitenbeek
13,705 Points

To what question do you want the answer, this only links to the whole quiz.

If you don't know the answer, best you can do is watch the video again. Or check the video transcript / notes (below the video). I can give you the answer, but you won't learn anything from that ;).

ok Saskia help me on this one:

Create a new rule that targets the .content-lodging div. Add the property and value that takes .content-lodging out of the normal page flow and places it along the right side of its container.

you'd have to add a float property to the css ruleset of the div that's class is .content-lodging like so:

.content-lodging {
   float: right;

thanx very much

You are welcome, however I'd recommend you to re-watch the video that belongs to that question ;)

Understanding float is very important in CSS. And it is used very commonly. So you should really know what it does and how you can for example clear a float. And understand why it needs to be cleared.

Christopher van Ruitenbeek
Christopher van Ruitenbeek
13,705 Points

Agree with Saskia, rewatch video's!

  • keep on practicing, only then will you remember tags and learn how html/css work.

The answer is 42.

Just kidding.

What's the question?

sorry guys i made a mistake, ignore that

You are welcome... although I am getting really curious about that mysterious question :D