Cute as a Button explainer

The aim of this puzzle: Use CSS to change the style of all the buttons on the webpage.

Walkthrough of the solution:
In CSS, you can use one ruleset to set the style of all the elements that share a tag name. For example, the code below selects all the h1 elements on the webpage and sets all their colors to red:

h1 {
  color:red;
}

In this puzzle, you’ll add color and rounded corners to all the buttons on the webpage.

To complete the puzzle, inside the CSS, add a new ruleset with button as its selector. Then, set its color to rgb(255,250,250), its background-color to rgb(188,143,143), and its border-radius to 10px.

Sample code solution:
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CSS

body {
    background-color: rgb(255, 250, 250);
}

button {
    color: rgb(255, 250, 250);
    background-color: rgb(188, 143, 143);
    border-radius: 10px;
}

img {
    height: auto;
    width: 175px;
}

CSS Concepts: CSS Selectors, Ruleset, Rules, height, width, color, background-color, border-radius

I wrote the correct code but I am unable to continue.

body {
background-color: rgb(255, 250, 250);
}

img {
height: auto;
width: 175px;
}

button {
background-color:rgb(188,143,143)
color:rgb(225,250,250)
border-radius:10px
}

Hey there,

In the button ruleset, try setting the color to rgb(255, 250, 250). You’ve got rgb(225, 250, 250).

That should solve the problem. Let me know if you still encounter any issues.

Hope this helps!
Ben

Well Im stuck.
I cant for the life of me see what I am doing different but it will not let me go forward.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

body {
background-color: rgb(255, 250, 250);
}

img {
height: auto;
width: 175px;
}
button {
color: rgb(255, 250, 250);
background-color: rgb(188,143 143);
border-radius: 10px;
}

help me please on get more supplies.

How do I make the button’s text multi colored

Hey there, make sure each CSS rule ends with a semicolon, like this:

button {
    background-color: rgb(188,143,143);
    color: rgb(225,250,250);
    border-radius: 10px;
}

Also, make sure to put a space after the :. It’s not required, but it’s best practice to format your code so that it can be read easily by others.

Hope this helps!
Ben

Thanks for getting back to me.
About the third time I nuked it and started over and it accepted it. So whatever it was I got it right finally even though I never could identify the mistake