i cant seem to find the mistake.
been stuck for a long time again…
The Structure for the standard Linear Gradient is:
BACKGROUND : TYPE OF GRADIENT ( DEGREE OF GRADIENT , COLOR , COLOR)
The tutorial is asking you to add red:
RED = rgb(255, 0, 0)
background: linear-gradient(90deg, rgb(RED COLOR CODE HERE ))
To help understand Gradients, you can check out this Gradient Generator: cssgradient.io
thank you Alless!
but even with that it still has the same hint: " You should give
background property." am I adding it in the wrong place?
The rgb Color Code for red:
rgb(255, 0, 0)
has to replace : rgb(RED COLOR CODE HERE)
i am still trying to figure out the rgbs but I got it now.
If You want to know more about the different ways that gradients are written, here is a good article:
Which Question are you on.
still stuck at step 51
This one is Tricky… It may take a while for me to figure out how to explain it.
hi Alless have you figured it out yet?
i am still stuck at 51
The step you are stuck on @odnoo.sumi is the 51 right?
It looks like the challenge I have is different, could someone provide the exact link for this step? Thanks in advance
Hi @LucLH ,
yours seems a bit different.
Mine didn’t ask for a pure red.
OK thanks @odnoo.sumi,
The step gives a good tip:
gradient-type( color1, color1 50%, color2 50%, color2 );
About your code, there are few mistakes:
--building-color2and two times the variable
Tell us if it is still confuse for you.
haha it worked,
thank you @LucLH !
Glad you figured it out @odnoo.sumi !