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93 points
7826cd28f89e2a9ae2aac8443f281f41?s=140&d=retro
Submitted by
keeganfol5758
over 2 years ago

Oops, try again. Did you add 'position: absolute;' to your #earth-orbit style?

My code is right. Why is this happening?


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I am getting the same response. Have you been able to figure out this error as well?

375 points
35ec4fcc7dd4d7b91436a834de8190c7?s=140&d=retro
Submitted by
Sophia C
over 2 years ago


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Did you copy and paste or right it out? When I copy pasted it had the same message. It worked perfectly after writing the code.

466 points
A100d787f9bb6f787a04a47bed721647?s=140&d=retro
Submitted by
Jonathan Weidberg
over 2 years ago


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I ran into the same problem. Try looking under your #earth. There will be another section around 30 that reads #earth-orbit. That is where you need to add position: absolute.

353 points
5f85d5b2711432fbb2b04a5a6c152ce6?s=140&d=retro
Submitted by
CodeofRagnar
over 2 years ago


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I'm having the same problem. Mine looks exactly like yours. I even tried copying and pasting it directly from the Instructions. It must be a glitch, so I'm just going to move on. It will annoy me that it won't be 100% finished, so I hope there's a workaround eventually. I'm on Firefox, it might just be the brower ? idk

389 points
55a83ab776b8febb2c0001a4_381249708
Submitted by
Caroline
over 2 years ago


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I ran into the same problem but later realized that earth style hasn't been closed(})

652 points
1301251e032c1a6e7a2687d1b61a4722?s=140&d=retro
Submitted by
Akhil Kumar
about 2 years ago