New responsive web design - Step 80

I’m stuck on the Step 80, but it looks like a I’ve done correctly…

Step 80

The default color of a link that has not yet been clicked on is typically blue. The default color of a link that has already been visited from a page is typically purple.

To make the footer links the same color regardless if a link has been visited, use a type selector for the anchor element ( a ) and use the value black for the color property.

Your code so far

a:visited {
  color: black;
}

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Challenge: Step 80

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To make the footer links the same color regardless if a link has been visited, use a type selector for the anchor element ( a ) and use the value black for the color property.

The color should not depend upon if the anchor link has been visited or not. Your style does depend upon if the anchor link has been visited.

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This code should be working.
Mod Edit: SOLUTION REDACTED

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Just like this… thanks!!

Thanks for your support!! :slight_smile:

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