Removing underline from ancor tags

Tell us what’s happening:
create a new selector targeting the navigation list elements so that when the cursor hovers over them, the background color and text color are switched, and the cursor becomes a pointer.
my code:
nav > ul > li: hover, li > a {

nav > ul > li: hover;
text-decoration: none;

}

Your code so far

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Challenge: Step 46

Link to the challenge:

nav > ul > li:hover{

cursor : pointer;

background-color: #dfdfe2;

color: #1b1b32;

}

li > a {

color: inherit;

text-decoration: none;

}

this is what it is asking

This test is has 2 steps in it:

  1. your existing li > a selector needs to remove the underline of all anchors… This requires a ‘text-decoration’ value set to ‘none’
  2. you need to make a new selector for nav > ul> li:hover and then apply the opposite color and background color

@devpandya651 you can help people without giving them solutions it’s not allowed by fcc, it discourages learning process

Sorry for offending fcc code of conduct, I will take care next time i reply to someone😊