Step 55 Using another attribute selector, style the input with a type of file to be the same padding as the other input elements

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I can’t able to figure out how to use and attribute selector

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Challenge: Step 55

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can you help me to solve this?

You are using the incorrect syntax.
Please look to the earlier example on line 57

input[type="submit"] {

You need to follow the same strucutre but with the input type of file.
You also need to have the correct values for padding.

padding:0 is incorrect.

Here are the directions again.
By default, a padding of 1px 2px is given to input elements you can type in.

Also, please write your code directly into the forum like I showed you.

It makes it easier to help :slight_smile:

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