Step 56 - display inline


You should use either a .info > label, .info > input or .info label, .info input selector.

#my resolution
.info > input{
width: 50%;
text-align: left;
display: inline-block;
text-align: right;

.info > label{
width: 10%;
min-width: 55px;
display: inline-block;
text-align: right;

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Challenge: Step 56

Link to the challenge:

If we want to apply a style to more than one elements we use the , between them.
for example we will apply the color black to h1 and p and span.

The result:
h1, p, span {
  color: black

They want you to apply the style to both label and input inside .info but what you did is you seperate them. and you can’t apply text-align: left and text-align: right to the same element