these are the instructions for this problem:
There are several default fonts that are available in all browsers. These generic font families include monospace, serif and sans-serif
When one font isn’t available, you can tell the browser to “degrade” to another font.
For example, if you wanted an element to use the Helvetica font, but degrade to the sans-serif font when Helvetica wasn’t available, you will specify it as follows:
font-family: Helvetica, sans-serif;
Generic font family names are not case-sensitive. Also, they do not need quotes because they are CSS keywords.
To begin with, apply the monospace font to the h2 element, so that it now has two fonts - Lobster and monospace.
In the last challenge, you imported the Lobster font using the link tag. Now comment out that import of the Lobster font(using the HTML comments you learned before) from Google Fonts so that it isn’t available anymore. Notice how your h2 element degrades to the monospace font.
<link href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Lobster" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"><!--degrade-->
font-family: Lobster, monospace;
As you can see I have the h2 element as the p element in the description above, so why am I getting an error?