Hint You should have one @media (prefers-reduced-motion: no-preference) rule

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* {
  scroll-behavior: smooth;

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Challenge: Step 66

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wrap this rule around with @media(prefers-reduced-motion: no-motion) {}

This solution was not understood, it wasn’t of help to me

i don’t know how to explain this one without giving the answer away but here we go…

your * rule is correct. the idea is that you want to wrap this rule in the @media rule

so basically youll create your “@media(etc)” rule and then place your * rule in butterfly brackets within the @media rule

@media(blah-blah){} + *{}
=@media(blah-blah){ * { } }


I was stuck on this one for the longest, so thought I would share. The following is stated in the step:

@media (feature: value) {
  selector {

If you read the instructions carefully, each variable is given, so it’s a matter of plugging in the variables to the equation. Hope that helps someone out there to not be stuck on this step for an embarrassingly long time like me :grimacing:

Thank you . it really helped … I was stucked for 20mins.

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