Possible Bug in Step 29 of Learn Intermediate CSS by Building a Picasso Painting

**The question: Step 29
These dots are just a little too square. Give the black-dot class a border-radius of 50% to fix it.

**My answer:

.black-dot {
border-radius: 50%;

** The response:

Sorry, your code does not pass. Keep trying.

Your .black-dot selector should have a border-radius property set to 50%.

I mean what is going on here? I’m so completely stumped that I’m beginning to think it’s a bug. I even went to step 30, copied what was there and pasted it into the Step 29, as a test. Still giving me an error.

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Challenge: Step 29

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Be careful, when I open that step there is already a .black-dot selector and the cursor is placed inside of it, so you only need to add the propert/value. I think you might have accidentally created a second .black-dot selector inside the original one.

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Oh I’m really dumb. That was exactly it. Thank you lol

Not dumb. It took me a second to realize that’s what happened as well.

LOL thanks this one had me stumped for a minute too! :grin:

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