Create a style rule that has an id selector name of #uppercase

can someone help me out with this please?

Create a style rule that has an id selector name of #uppercase.This will target our paragraph
Within that rule add a declaration that sets the text-transform property to uppercase

this is what i have

#uppercase {text-transform: uppercase;}

Is your selector ‘id = #uppercase’ or ‘id =uppercase’?
If it’s the first one changing it to the second one might fix the problem.

it is…

id= #uppercase <p {text-transform:uppercase;}

i changed it to the second one but it didn’t work.

thank you it i worked i used…

#uppercase {text-transform:uppercase;}

Hello there

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I wrote styles using id. Now I often use classes, and it is much more convenient. I use id only when it is necessary to give unique characteristics.

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