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Please help on easy CSS question.

May 8, 2018 4:45PM PDT

<body>
<p class = "Coolkids">Hello guys</p>
<p class = "Coolkids">Paganis' are fast and lightweight</p>
<p class = "Coolkids">Paganis' are exotic cars, and are actually <br>very expensive.</p>
</body>

<style>
.Coolkids{background-color:rgb(20,20,30);
</style>

-Please explain to me why this isn't working.

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To me
May 8, 2018 4:48PM PDT

And I'm no guru it seems the style is to be applied to an object by name but you have class but no object.

Also, put your web page through the usual CSS and HTML checker tools.

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Re: css
May 9, 2018 12:33AM PDT

Works with me in Firefox, although the black text is very hard to read on the nearly black background.
But if I change the color to 160,160,160 I see three grey bars with black text on the left site.

What doesn't "work" with you?

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