Learn CSS Grid by Building a Magazine - Step 79

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@media only screen (max-width:550px) 
  {.hero-title {font-size: 6rem}},
  {.hero-subtitle, .author, .quote, .list-title {font-size: 1.8rem}},
  {.social-icons {font-size: 2rem}},
  {.text {font-size: 1.6rem}}


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Challenge: Learn CSS Grid by Building a Magazine - Step 79

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hi there,
have you tried to use semicolons instead of commata, to seperate your properties ?

I’ve tried this with no difference in result.

@media only screen (max-width:550px) 
  {.hero-title {font-size: 6rem}};
  {.hero-subtitle, .author, .quote, .list-title {font-size: 1.8rem}};
  {.social-icons {font-size: 2rem}};
  {.text {font-size: 1.6rem}};

also tried this and replacing every comma in the code with semi colon

@media only screen (max-width:550px) 
  {.hero-title {font-size: 6rem}},
  {.hero-subtitle; .author; .quote; .list-title {font-size: 1.8rem}},
  {.social-icons {font-size: 2rem}},
  {.text {font-size: 1.6rem}}

got passed.
i used one set curlybraces , and semicolons inside curly braces. I hope it is not to much spoilering if i give it to you:

@media only screen and
 (max-width:550px) {
  .hero-title {font-size: 6rem;}
.hero-subtitle, .author, .quote, .list-title {font-size: 1.8rem;}
  .social-icons {font-size: 2rem;}
  .text {font-size: 1.6rem;}

there is, of course ,another curly brace at the end, to close that from the query

thank you. the instructions aren’t clear about that and also adding the “and” before the selector. would never have tried that

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