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Challenge: Learn CSS Variables by Building a City Skyline - Step 112
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woot M. Step 112!
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background:radial-gradient(#ffcf33 0%,#ffff66 20%,#bbeeff 21%);
It gives me error that first color should be that but i have used the color of same code
let’s review the instructions now.
Use #ffcf33 from 0% to 20%, #ffff66 at 21%, and #bbeeff at 100%.
So I see you have #ffcf33 defined properly at 0%
But what about 20%? (you need to define it again for that, recall that from the last time we talked about color stops?)
The instructions say that the second color #ffff66 should be at 21%
(check your code, is it doing that?)
Then the instructions say #bbeeff at 100%
(again, does your code say that now?)
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