Applied Visual Design Bug

Adjust the Height of an Element Using the height Property
Add a height property to the h4 tag and set it to 25px.

h4 {
    text-align: center;
    height: 25px;


I am experiencing the same issue, on that challenge as well ,

also having same issue with this challenge
Responsive Web Design Principles - Use a Retina Image for Higher Resolution Displays

Set the width and height of the img tag to half of their original values. In this case, both the original height and the original width are 200px.

height: 100px;
width: 100px;

I have the same problem as renmanimel
can’t validate some challenges i think it’s because of the new beta theres the :
“Improve Accessibility of Audio Content with the audio Element”
and this one too :
“Use a Retina Image for Higher Resolution Displays”
i will edit this answer if i find other ones.

I’m having the same issue on ‘Use a Retina Image for Higher Resolution Displays’, in terms of making it to 100px. I’ve tried a number of ways in order to set the CSS style to make the pixels half of the OG, such as setting it to 100px, scaling it down by 0.5 and setting the size by a percentage.

Yep, I can’t pass the Retina test, either. It’s been about a week since I first tried it, and I still can’t pass it as of today.

Today I was able to complete all three curriculum referred to in this post. If anyone having an issue could copy and paste all the code for the task into this post I would be willing to help debug it.

Thanks for the information gonna try to complete them now.
Edit ; I was able to validate the challenges Thanks for solving the issue FCC !

I am still not able to finish this challenge, what is wrong with my css? All I’ve done is set the width and height so I can’t see why it’s not working :smiley:


        width: 100px;
        height: 100px;



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I was finally able to pass the Retina challenge.

Your code is correct, so I suggest you move on to other challenges and come back later to give it another shot. In reality, passing the challenge doesn’t matter (except for the completionist like me). You will still be able to get the certifications if you complete the projects.

I know it makes you feel like you’re making some silly mistake, but you aren’t. You’ll make plenty of silly mistakes, but so will other coders, so don’t beat yourself up. It might be them, not you.

Yeah I am a perfectionist, that’s why I asked the question in the first place :smiley: Of course I’ve moved on, the thing is I have completed the old html and css section and since it has been reworked I just wanted to complete all the challenges and projects :))