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    PLEASE HELP! PROJECT DUE, is my code right for css external stylesheet? it doesn't wo


    Hey guys, please help me out with this, I missed the last day of css in my class and I'm confused, and right now I'm working on my final project.

    I'm kinda confused, I want to do a few things from an external stylesheet but I think I have the code wrong. PLEASE HELP!

    href {onmousemover:color:red}
    P {text-align:justified;font-size:12pt}
    h1 {style=font-size:24pt}
    h2 {style=font-size:18pt}

    PLEASE HELP ME OUT! is this right? It doesn't work, but I know my external stylesheet stuff works cause I did the all uppercase thing and that worked, sooo help!!!
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    Lightbulb Search prior to posting new thread


    Remember to search on the forums before you post a question.
    Look here.

    Cheers,

    Ricardo.
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    Originally Posted by Rick007
    Remember to search on the forums before you post a question.
    Look here.

    Cheers,

    Ricardo.
    ahh that was dumb of me to post because ive used
    "a:hover {background-color: #f58303}" before, I was just being dumb, but what about the other stuff?

    And i did search, but I couldn't find the answer for the other stuff. can you point me in the right direction? I found how to do the H1 and h2, what about justifying text?

    P {text-align:justified;font-size:12pt}
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    To justify text, the css property is text-align:justify, not justified.
    A google search on "css justify" could have solved your problem earlier.

    Ricardo.
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    Originally Posted by Rick007
    To justify text, the css property is text-align:justify, not justified.
    A google search on "css justify" could have solved your problem earlier.

    Ricardo.
    ahah yeah, i just figured that out a minuet after i posted, sorry, that was a dumb mistake, THANKS GUYS you helped out a lot.

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