Learn Basic CSS by Building a Cafe Menu - Step 13

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<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">
    <meta charset="utf-8" />
    <title>Cafe Menu</title>
    <style> <selectors>
      h1 {
        text-align: center;
      h2 {
        text-align: center;
      p {
        text-align: center;
  </selectors>  </style>
      <h1>CAMPER CAFE</h1>
      <p>Est. 2020</p>

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SM-A032F - Android 13 - Android SDK 33

Challenge: Learn Basic CSS by Building a Cafe Menu - Step 13

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There is nothing called <selectors>, read the challenge description again and understand the example provided and hopefully you’ll get it.

} h1 { text-align: center;
} h2 { text-align: center;
} p {text-align: center;

I guess this is the initial code for the challenge ?

You need to do what the challenge asks you to do like in the example provided.


selector1, selector2 {
  property: value;

Delete the three existing type selectors and replace them with one selector list that centers the text for the h1, h2, and p elements.
Reset your challenge and try again.

 selector1, h1 { selector1,
    text-align: center;

selector2, h2 {
text-align: center;
p {
selector3, text-align: center;

I don’t what it wants me to do

In CSS, you can select many elements and apply shared styling to all of them.

Suppose you have this:

.text {
   color: red;
.text-heading {
   color: red;
.text-main {
   color: red;

As you see, they all have the same styling as color of red.
There is a better way to make the above CSS shorter and more readable:

.text, .text-heading, .text-main {
   color: red;

You selected all elements you want to apply the same style to them separated by commas.

As you can see, it has the same effect but much shorter and more readable.

If you understand it, read the challenge again and you should get it.