I think I may have discovered a small mistake in the “Learn CSS Grid by Building a Magazine” project.
In Step 65, it says:
Now it’s time to style your second
section. Note that it has the
text-with-images values for the
class attribute, which means it is already inheriting the styles from your
.text-with-images selector and set the
display property to
I believe it should say "Now it’s time to style your THIRD ‘section’.
In this project there are three sections, i.e.
- section class=“heading”
- section class=“text”
- section class=“text text-with-images”
First off, the “second” section in the HTML only has the class “text” and doesn’t have the class “text-with-images”, and given the overall context, it seems almost certain the instruction is telling the user to style the “third” section.
I just wanted to flag this to the community/moderators to see if this is indeed the case and can be corrected, thanks in advance and apologies if I’m the one reading this wrong. Thank you for your time.
Thanks for contributing to the correctness of the curriculum. Can you post a link to the exercise for reference?
Absolutely, and thank you for your attention.
Here it is:
Step 65 of Magazine Project
you are right, it seems it should be the third section
Would you be able to open an issue yourself?
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Thank you, I can open the issue myself on GitHub. I’ve never used it before but I’ll try to figure it out. If I have any problems I’ll ask here. Thanks again.
I have opened an issue for this on GitHub, the link is as follows:
Link to issue on GitHub
On a separate note, I just noticed in the issue I opened on GitHub, under “Label” it says “type: bug”. Sorry it was my first time using GitHub and not sure if it’s correct to call this a bug. It was automatically tagged that way.
Hope that is okay, thanks again everyone.
I wouldn’t worry about it. But pls look back in it occasionally in case there is any followup questions. (Probably best to include a link to this topic here too as a reference).
I’ll make sure to check the issue on GitHub from time to time to see if there’s any follow up.
In the issue I opened on GitHub, I did provide a link to this forum topic for easy reference. Thanks again.
that’s great thanks. I meant earlier to provide a link to this topic here (the forum one).
This way the discussion is available as well for reference.
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