I am not completely sure what you are needing help with.
However I do see a few syntax errors.
For your CSS, between the < style > tag, make sure that you end each value with a semi-colon ( ; ). For example, you are missing one in your body selector, look to see what you are missing. HINT: it’s within the color property.
Now for your HTML, you have a problem with your header tag “h1 tag”.
Let’s walk through it together.
You first must start with the header tag with < h1 > < / h1 >. Then you wish to give it in-line styles such as style=“color: white” id=“orange-text” class=“pink-text blue-text”.
So let’s do that, < h1 style=“color: white” id=“orange-text” class=“pink-text blue-text” > < /h1 >.
Now, we want the browser to render “show” hello world!.
To do this, we simple put it between our h1 tag. < h1 style=“color: white” id=“orange-text” class=“pink-text blue-text” >Hello World!< / h1 >
So, notice that within your html code, you opened a h1 tag then opened another h1 then closed that one. So the browser simply sees this < h1 > < h1 > < /h1 >. You were very close, simply remove the < h1 > tag before the “Hello World!”.
Doing great! Keep going!