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CSS CSS Basics (2014) Getting Started with CSS Adding CSS Review

Why is this wrong?

didn't Guil put the style inside the style tags?

Matthew Long
Matthew Long
28,383 Points

Which question are you referring to? However, yes you can technically put style inside of a style tag but this is pretty frowned upon. Only do this if it's a small project. And even then, just use an external style sheet.

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
217,533 Points

One of the questions does ask about tags, and your answer should have been correct for that one if it was given as a single word with no symbols.

Otherwise, please quote the question you're having trouble with and show exactly what you gave as the answer.

Oh, I put <styles> instead of <style> My bad. Well, thanks anyways!