Step 16 on CSS color markers

First, add the class one to the first marker div element

<div class="marker">

For some reason I can not figure out how to do this. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Super beginner here.


I put some code in the post but for some reason it vanished hmmm.

markdown accept HTML tags in them, so use this to format


code here


using them result to something that looks like this

<h1> Hi Mom</h1>

You can add multiple classes in a class attribute by separating them with a space class="class1 class2"

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Thank you for the advice. I really appreciate it.

i think the cirriculum should word it better. i kept creating another class with one as the attribute ie. class=‘marker’ class=‘one’


Hi @DMadKing !

I think a rewording would help new coders.
I can bring up an issue on GitHub.

But is this the first time users are asked to add multiple classes together?
I haven’t done the new curriculum, so I wanted to ask someone who is currently going through it


Yes this is the first instance where multiple classes are mentioned within a single element in the (New) Responsive Web Design curriculum. Honestly, it should tell you how to do it for those that don’t know and have never encountered it before.


Great, thanks!

I will add that to the GitHub issue.


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