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CSS CSS Foundations Values and Units Relative Length Units

Oscar Smart
Oscar Smart
2,987 Points

Why did a .more work in the this last Relative Length Units code challenge question? Why was .more correct?

I am a bit confused isn't a .more selecting specifically the hyperlinks text?

1 Answer

Anna Dadej
Anna Dadej
10,707 Points

They asked to select link with class .more - this works because there is just one class="more" in this html but a.more would work too. If the class="more" was used more than once with other elements, than you would have to be more specific and only a.more would work with the link.