The Step text says:
"Here is an example:
The above selects
input elements with a
name attribute value of
Now, use the attribute selector to style the submit button with a
block , and a
The attribute should be
type, not name, and the interface correctly catches this.
I’m not sure I understand what you mean. The input element has both a name and type of password.
THE LESSON SAYS:
The Tutorial is asking you write an Input with the` type="submit"`.
It then asks you to Style it in CSS, with :
The display of Block
and width of 60%
The Language of the instruction is a little Obscure, and perhaps, being the BETA, will be refined when done.
Thank you both, I understand now.