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HTML How to Make a Website CSS: Cascading Style Sheets Take a Mobile-First Approach

5 Answers

Greg Kaleka
Greg Kaleka
39,021 Points

Hi Charlotte,

Two small issues with your code.

  1. The capitalization in your HTML and CSS need to match. Wrapper is not the same as wrapper
  2. In your CSS, you're using the wrong symbol for ID. The "pound" sign means # for us Americans :smiley:

Happy coding!

Cheers :beers:

-Greg

Marco Amadio
Marco Amadio
4,882 Points

You misspelled selectors for wrapper and logo in your main.css file. The correct selector for id is #, you used ยฃ.

e.g. #logo { ... }

charlotte ellis
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charlotte ellis
Front End Web Development Techdegree Student 304 Points

I cant use the id your referring too, my keyboard only used the symbols ยฃ or $.....I cant get any other! Unless there's a way i don't know of?

Marco Amadio
Marco Amadio
4,882 Points

Don't worry, a solution exists, sure as eggs is eggs! What's your operating system? What type of keyboard are you using?

Edit. If you are using a UK keyboard, try with alt+3, it should work.

Greg Kaleka
Greg Kaleka
39,021 Points

Hi Charlotte,

If your keyboard looks like this, you want the hash mark over near the middle of the right edge, near the return key.

"British Keyboard"

Greg Kaleka
Greg Kaleka
39,021 Points

Quick follow-up. If you have a Mac with no hash mark on the keyboard, you can figure out how to type one by doing the following:

  • open System Prefs -> Keyboard
  • enable "Show Keyboard & Character Viewer in menu bar"
  • look in menu bar near Battery (for laptops) or near Date/Time (for desktops)
  • click on the new menu bar widget
  • select "Show Keyboard Viewer

Result: Keyboard floating palette is displayed on desktop. Hold down Option and/or Shift keys to see what pressing each key will yield. There's probably a combination that will get you your hash mark.