Learn Accessibility by Building a Quiz - Step 56

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Challenge: Learn Accessibility by Building a Quiz - Step 56

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Hey! You should a have a description of your problem as the title of your post so its easier for others to help you.

as for this particular challenge, this expects you to add a nested selector to target the label inside of the element having the .info class.

for example:

if your HTML is this:

<button> outer button </button>

<p> some random text.
   <button> inner button 1</button>
   <button> inner button 2 </button>
<p>

if you want to select any button elements that are inside of p elements, then your selector would be

p button{
    background-color: red;
}

this will change the background color of “inner button 1” and “inner button 2” but will not have any effect on “outer button”.

If you want to learn more about CSS selectors. This resource might help!

Hope this helped! :smile: