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Submitted by
Trinity
over 4 years ago

i cant figure out excersise 1.2 that tells me to turn a word the color blue!

can someone please tell me how to do that?


14 votes

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You need to click the stylesheet.css tab at the top, next to index tab. Then replace the commented area between the span tags to read "color:blue".

882 points
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Submitted by
Scott Janicki
over 4 years ago

2 Comments

51789df3a456ac73ab0007c5_842664730 Trinity over 4 years ago

Thanks!

532a0b507c82ca55b900383b_543198537 Telekey over 4 years ago

thanks


4 votes

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you open the stylesheet.css and there you replace color:red with color:blue :) hope that helps.

51 points
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Submitted by
ritz29
over 4 years ago

5 Comments

51789df3a456ac73ab0007c5_842664730 Trinity over 4 years ago

Thanks!

538d9936548c35ecda0018cf_756570137 Laurent Giacri over 4 years ago

Why is this downvoted? It's the right answer.

532a0b507c82ca55b900383b_543198537 Telekey over 4 years ago

thanks

Picture Bobby Quine over 4 years ago

It appears to be the incorrect solution, but the only one that will work.
The correct answer should be the commented area between the span tags to read "color:blue"

47adcef81371640809a2051d8652c049?s=140&d=retro Jeonminjeong about 4 years ago

thanks!


-4 votes

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make sure you remove the backslashes

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Submitted by
Nicholas Jones
over 4 years ago


-15 votes

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wait nevermind.

283 points
51789df3a456ac73ab0007c5_842664730
Submitted by
Trinity
over 4 years ago