Hello everyone. Please how do I add the class one to the first marker
element. Should i just write class one or RGB?
**Your code so far**
/* file: index.html */
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="styles.css">
<h1>CSS Color Markers</h1>
/* file: styles.css */
margin: 10px auto;
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Challenge: Step 16
Link to the challenge:
You can have multiple class names in one class attribute by splitting them with spaces:
<elem class="firstClass secondClass thirdClass"></elem>
Did you get the idea?
<div class="marker" class one>
I really didn't get the idea. I am trying to understand :sweat: but it keeps eluding me
You want the first div to have the classes of
one, I’m not sure how to give you more info without giving the solution. But going back to what I’ve said,
marker is the “firstClass” and
one is the “secondClass”. I hope this was more clear
I don’t want the solution. Just more explanation like you just did. I will get it eventually. Thanks a lot.
I think, you may need to check the docs for more info on this
The upper text in the challenge is description of the purpose of the upcoming challenges.
The task is put in the last sentence :
You need to figure out how to add a second class to the first
<div> representing a marker. You alreayd got some good hints from other peers so you should be close to figure it out, but in case you dont manage feel free to write back.
If you messed up with the code, you can also click the “Restart Step” button in the top middle of the screen, to revert code to the default.
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