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Submitted by NageswarReddy
over 9 years

h1 { font-family: Times, Serif; } h2 { font-family: Verdana, Sans-serif; } h3 { font-family: Vivaldi, cursive; }

i wrote the code like this ..but its showing error? please let me know any errors are their

Answer 5162717f9dd9987fdd003283

-8 votes
Best answer

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am using mozilla

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Submitted by NageswarReddy
over 9 years

2 comments

kawaiipoo over 9 years

your wrong

kayts2013 almost 9 years

elector { property: bestValue, nextBestValue }

Answer 51653a8e2d3279c6e900252f

6 votes

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I passed with this code(Using Google Chrome Latest version):

 h1 {
    font-family: Times, serif;    
}

h2 {
    font-family: Verdana, sans-serif;
}

h3 {
    font-family: Vivaldi, cursive;
}

But the ‘’Vivaldi’’ and ‘’cursive’’ font won’t become orange as all the others?

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Submitted by NotGoingToTell
over 9 years

7 comments

chaman singh over 9 years

thanx for your solution even i was suffering from the same problem

NotGoingToTell over 9 years

No Problem.

kawaiipoo over 9 years

JESUS LOVES YOU <3

Ben Hong almost 9 years

THANK YOU SOOOOOOOO MUCH no seriosly

Ric Andrews almost 9 years

THANK YOU SOOOOOOOO MUCH no seriosly.It really helps

--lorenzo-- about 8 years

Thanks you man!\

--lorenzo-- about 8 years

thank’’

Answer 51655c010e0a481858002d98

2 votes

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Solved it! (Using IE; as it did not work in Opera.)

Had to type it in the HTML-code:

<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <link type=”text/css” rel=”stylesheet” href=”stylesheet.css”/> <title>Result </head> <body> <h1 style=”font-family: serif;”>I’m going to be a serif font when I grow up!</h1> <h2 style=”font-family: sans-serif;”>I’m going to be a sans-serif font. <h3 style=”font-family: cursive;”>I’m going to be in cursive! </body> </html>

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Submitted by Olav Jevne
over 9 years

2 comments

Ilya Blay over 9 years

I’m using Chrome and this solved it for me. Must have been an error.

kawaiipoo over 9 years

same thing with me

Answer 515f1785e1f8331f9e0015c5

1 vote

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Yeah, I’m getting the same thing. It’s broken and there’s no bug report button.

Just skip it.

h1 { font-family:serif; } h2 { font-family:sans-serif; } h3 { font-family:cursive }

Is what it’s telling you to code, but it’s rejecting it on the basis that Serif is not present.

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Submitted by GameBoyBunny
over 9 years

2 comments

Stanislav over 9 years

+1

kawaiipoo over 9 years

I HAVE ONE DAY TO LIVE ):

Answer 5160252ad6ab93f5430000de

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I did not get an error with this. In other courses, I’ve seen that on some browsers people are getting problems. What browser are you using to take the course?

/*Add your CSS below!*/
h1 {
    font-family: Times, serif;    
}

h2 {
    font-family: Verdana, sans-serif;
}

h3 {
    font-family: Vivaldi, cursive;
}
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Submitted by Scott Korin
over 9 years

3 comments

Raven26 over 9 years

I ran into the same problem, I use the Opera browser version 12.15

kawaiipoo over 9 years

poque la salve es todo la vida con me mama y papa

Farlingo over 8 years

thanks Scott! You helped me solve my problem!

Answer 519a57b59f71b702f6000284

0 votes

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It didn’t work for me in Opera and Internet Explorer. I don’t know what the reason is, but i have to say I am a little sad because I am not a chrome user .

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Submitted by Jonathan Shamberg
over 9 years

Answer 52336d39548c3549ac0011b2

0 votes

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I have also same problem.I am using google chrome.help me out.

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Submitted by Sarmistha Mahapatra
about 9 years

1 comments

Farlingo over 8 years

I think the problem was this:you should write your code under the comment (/Add your css below/).

Answer 51637fe23fd9ecb3f2000657

-1 votes

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I also came across the same problem! It keeps saying that you forgot to apply the property “serif” for your h 1, although I typed in exactly what it asks for(the code GameBoyBunny posted).

I’m using the latest version of Opera too, I’m not sure if that’s the issue. I’ll just use the code that Scott Korin posted and move on.

EDIT: Used different browsers; Opera and IE ran into an error, but Chrome did it just fine, for some odd reason.

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Submitted by Gilbert Peña
over 9 years

2 comments

GameBoyBunny over 9 years

Weird!

kawaiipoo over 9 years

how wierd is that

Answer 516790af9d883c4190002467

-1 votes

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Interesting that it would accept in-line css code when the instructions say to use the style sheet. I avoid Chrome because it crashes my computer. Not a clue why, but it does.

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Submitted by GameBoyBunny
over 9 years

Answer 516f3f057edb4b29fd0019b9

-1 votes

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I am having the same problem. Will try different browsers and see what happens. thx

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Submitted by fugot
over 9 years

1 comments

kawaiipoo over 9 years

DOG POOPOO

Answer 518c782605dfbdc7290023f5

-1 votes

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I’ve now tried with every supported browser except Google Chrome. Nothing works.

Google Chrome and my computer do not get along anymore, so I can’t use it to see if it works.

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Submitted by GameBoyBunny
over 9 years

Answer 51a0ee557ffecff225003b04

-1 votes

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thanks for the help

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Submitted by Mila Nussbaumer
over 9 years