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Hi, first of all, let me say a BIG thank you, for writting this book, i'm reading it now, i'm starting to learn how to create websites, and i find the book extremelly helpfull, but here's my question:

In lesson 5, on page 101, there's this code for creating 3 boxes alongside eachother, but the thing is, that the boxes don't appear like the book, they sit on top of eachother and i only see the blue one... the code on the book is this:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">
<meta charset="utf-8">
.box {
<div class="box" style="background:red"/>
<div id="middleBox" class="box" style="background:green"/>
<div id="lastBox" class="box" style="background:blue"/>
what's wrong here? i'm using dreamweaver cs6 and notepad++ for coding

thanks ;)

EDIT: it's the "div's" that's wrong, it has to be "<div...></div>" :)

Last edited by overburnz; March 7th, 2015 at 09:34 PM.. Reason: found it!
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