Learn Accessibility by Building a Quiz - Step 47

Tell us what’s happening:
Hi!, my name is Diego.

I’m having an issue with the platform not recognizing my selectors li > a
Your code so far

li > a {
color: inherit;
text-decoration: none;
}

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Challenge: Learn Accessibility by Building a Quiz - Step 47

Link to the challenge:

Hi there! Welcome to the community. The code you’ve pasted for the first part of the problem looks alright.

Can you post the code you’ve written for the second part of the problem and/or what the error message you are getting from the problem when trying to submit?

Then, create a new selector targeting the navigation list elements so that when the cursor hovers over them, the background color and text color are switched, and the cursor becomes a pointer.

Hi! thanks for replying, this is the problem asked

Step 47

To make the navigation buttons look more like typical buttons, remove the underline from the anchor tags.

Then, create a new selector targeting the navigation list elements so that when the cursor hovers over them, the background color and text color are switched, and the cursor becomes a pointer.

This is the section of code selected:

li > a {
color: inherit;
text-decoration: none;
}

nav > ul > li:hover {
background-color: #dfdfe2;
color: #1b1b32;
cursor: pointer;
}

li > a {
text-decoration: none;
}

I’ve written the selector twice just in case, and it doesn’t work.

This is the error that the platform informs me:

Test

Sorry, your code does not pass. Keep trying.

Hint

You should use the existing li > a selector to set the text-decoration to none.

Thanks!

Delete the last li > a selector from the css file (shown above).

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