I have an iphone 5s and when I test the code, I see no difference from thick and 700. I also wrote: CSS: .p thickest { Font-size: 900; } Html: <p .thickest>This should be "BOLDEST" </p> And the last 3 were the same size. Could it be the phone or is the code wrong? | SoloLearn: Learn to code for FREE!

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I have an iphone 5s and when I test the code, I see no difference from thick and 700. I also wrote: CSS: .p thickest { Font-size: 900; } Html: <p .thickest>This should be "BOLDEST" </p> And the last 3 were the same size. Could it be the phone or is the code wrong?

900 should be thicker than 700 right?! Or is my code wrong?

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10/10/2016 12:22:25 AM

Josh Johnson

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to make bold your text, use font-weight, not font-size...keep learning :-)

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dude your html code is too bad ! thicktest must be in class tag. so like this. <p class="thicktes"> Text</p> and in CSS, class must be dot ledt side. so like this. p .thicktest { font-size: 900 or bolder ; }

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And now you see why im here. Lol. Practice makes perfect. Thanks for answering my question.

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700 could be proportional to 900 but 900 is thicker

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I dont understand why u use size. Its weight isnt it?