Learn Accessibility by Building a Quiz - Step 47

hello . please i need assistance . i am told i should use the existing li > a selector to set the text-decoration to none
that is what i am writing in the code but it doesnt seem to work
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nav > ul > li:hover
li > a {
color: inherit;
text-decoration: none;
}
this is the code

nav > ul > li:hover
li > a {
color: inherit;
text-decoration: none;
}
this is the code

First add a underline:none attribute.

css.
this is the instruction:
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.

i dont understand please

I’m sorry for not reviewing your post properly before answering.
You’ve done well with adding the text decoration attribute to your first selector. Instead of putting your hover selector on top of your li > a selector put it underneath and give it its own styling. Give it the attributes of background-color and color so that the background color and text color change when hovering over it.
Ex:

li > a{
}
selector:hover {
}
Hope this helps.