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171 points
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Submitted by
cancerian
almost 3 years ago

I don't see font changes in the result tab, but my code is passed.

Here is my css file
p {
font-size: 50px;
}

span {
font-family: cursive;
}

and HTML code
<!DOCTYPE html>



Even Fancier Fonts


Much of this is regular text, but some of it is fancy!
We can use our newly fancified font to add some
flair to our website. It'd be a royal pain
to make each of these span tags fancy individually,
but it's a cinch with CSS!

This is result:
Much of this is regular text, but some of it is fancy! We can use our newly fancified font to add some flair to our website. It'd be a royal pain to make each of these span tags fancy individually, but it's a cinch with CSS!


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Not all browser/OS combinations support certain fonts; for example, Chrome on Ubuntu doesn't support Cursive, but Firefox does.

2818 points
5674c6dae39efec455000434_879409444
Submitted by
Zeke Y
over 2 years ago

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543fc82f631fe988640020d7_382532424 Tobias Páez over 2 years ago

sorry but the exercise is asking you to do the next:


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p {
    color: red;
}

span {
    color: blue;

}

365 points
543fc82f631fe988640020d7_382532424
Submitted by
Tobias Páez
over 2 years ago