Give your third th element the class attribute set to current

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            <th> <span class="sr-only year">2019</span> </th>

            <th> <span class="sr-only year">2020</span> </th>

            <th> <span class="sr-only year">2021</span> </th>




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Your third th element should have the class set to current .

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Hi @ toinajayi, and welcome to the forum!

The challenge that you’ve linked to in your post doesn’t seem to match the problem you’re having.

It looks to me as if you’re working on the “Building a Balance Sheet” part of the course (?), but I don’t know which exact challenge (step) you’re having a problem with.

Based on the hint in your post, it looks as if you need to add the class current to the third of your th elements, but that’s about all I can say.
(Remember, you can add multiple class names in the same class attribute - just separate them with a space.)

If that doesn’t help, then please post a link to the challenge where you’re seeing this problem.

Hi, toinajayi.

I also got stuck in this challenge initially, but it was because I did not pay attention to which element, I was being asked to assign the class “current”.

I recommend you read again and check which element they want you to assign the class “current”. Is it the “span” or “th” element?

Hope it helps.
Kind regards,


thanks for your time and your help, some time we dont read carefully and dont look tetails. i read again and see my error.