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I need to apply an established class to the est.2020 text. I thought I had it, but guess I dont…Please help.
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Have you tried googling “applying a css class to an html element”. Seriously, professional developers are googling things all … day … long. No one can remember all this crap.
Tried googling it, I get the same thing I tried…I need to apply the established class to the est. 2020 text.
is the challenge. Any ideas? I really thought I had it...
What have you tried? This isn’t a “give me the answer” forum. It’s a “help me learn by guiding me to the answer” forum. What is the code you have tried?
If I google that phrase, if I follow the first result, I’m taken to a page that shows how to apply a class to an html element. It’s actually a
Get good at researching. You’re going to do a lot of it as a developer.
This is what I believed was correct.
<p class="established">Est. 2020</p>
You have some unusually spacing there. When I fix that, it passes for me. There should only be a single space in there.
It may just be the the test is too sensitive, but I would also point out that formatting is EXTREMELY important when working on large code bases with a lot of devs. There is even software to complain about bad formatting as you type.
I fixed the spacing and still nothing, can you send me yours, please? This is the longest i’ve struggled so far…
Thank you for your time and efforts, it is appreciated…
Ok. I got it, it was the spacing…Thank you
We learn more from the ones that make us struggle. Glad you figured it out.