How to set color contrast?

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How to set the color-constrast?
Saw on internet but couldn’t find any thing other than comparison.

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li>a{

color:color-contrast(#dfdfe2,);

}

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Challenge: Step 45

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There is an experimental color-contrast function in the works but no browsers support it so you can’t use it here. Do you remember what CSS property to use to set the color of text? You already did this for the h1 element, so you can look there to remind you. That’s all you need to do for the anchor elements. Just choose a color that is light enough to have at least a 7:1 contrast with the black background. A good guess would be to choose a color that is the opposite of black.

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