UPDATE: i already figured it out, the instructions in these course exercises are just really confusing and hard for me to understand, especially as a very brand new learner. it wanted me to put it as an attribute in the html element, not a CSS style property. I wish it would be more specific that way. :’)
Disclaimer: I don’t know/remember how to do the fancy formatting that makes coding in posts “more readable”. I’ve seen how to do it in other forum posts, but I don’t remember how it went or which forum post it was in so I have to post my code the way I have it currently. Feel free to edit my post for me or attach the gif tutorial thing I’ve seen for it.
So I’m working on “Responsive Web design” > Survey Form certification project. One of the prompts in it is " Your
#name should have a
text ." I have the code for this prompt typed out like this:
This passes its prompt just fine. Then there’s another prompt that’s literally the exact same thing but for the Email form field thing that goes " Your
Yet this one does not pass its prompt. Why is the code for Name passing but not the code for Email? it’s spelled properly, I have the HTML code for the Email field done exactly like that of the Name field. The corresponding HTML code lines for the Name and Email CSS codes both pass their prompts, the CSS code for Name passes, why doesn’t the Email CSS pass when it’s exactly the same and written exactly like what the prompt is asking for??? There’s no way I’m doing this wrong, this thing must be bugged.
UPDATE: it’s doing the same thing for " Your
#number should have a
number ." CSS code for this prompt is as follows:
Ok so I think I am doing something wrong but I can’t for the life of me figure out what on earth it could possibly be because the practice exercises in this course didn’t cover enough for me to know how this works.