You should give the a element a color property

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You should give the a element a color property

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li > a {

color : “contrast(7:1)”;

}

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Hi!

The contrast value is only a reference for you to compare colors. You need to add an actual color to pass this step, like this:

li > a {
	color:#dfdfe2;
}

Hope this helps! :slight_smile:

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Thank a lot man! @Sparv1

Thank you, this was pretty confusing! And I was trying to use the contrast() method!

thanks much was just struggling to find this out