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CSS

Why won't my images border?

I'm doing the 'Build a Simple Website' course and I'm currently doing the 'Finishing the CSS' part. But I'm having troubles bordering my images, I'm writing everything that Nick has but my images won't shift or border at all. This is what I've written:

#new-cupackes img {
border: 8px solid #FAF3BC;
margin: 0 0 20px 0;
}

Thanks :)

2 Answers

It seems you have misspelled your selector.

Omg I feel so silly! I never even realised! Hahaha thank You Pedro and Nick! :D

I think your problem has to do with the syntax of your selector. you have

#new-cupackes img {

try

#new-cupcakes img {

p.s. lol pedro beat me to it hahah