CSS: An Overview
Many selectors, many properties

All right! Our HTML bone is connected to our CSS bone.

Next: let's review selectors, properties, and values. Remember, the syntax is

selector {
    property: value;
  1. Add a pair of <h1></h1> tags inside the body of our HTML page. Your h1 header can say anything you want! Then, on the CSS tab, make its font-family to Verdana and its color to #576D94.
  2. Add a pair of <p></p> tags below your h1 header. Put any text you like in there, then head over to the CSS tab and set the font-size to 18px and its color to #4A4943.

Make sure to end each CSS declaration with a semicolon, like this:

h1 {
  font-family: Verdana;
  color: #576D94;
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Make sure to capitalize the "V" in "Verdana"!

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