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I thank to inform me the following. I have an element called "big thumb-img" in css code. In html code only appears in "big-thumb" to call the style. If not is my mistake, i like to understand why so.

CSS
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}
.thumb-big img {
      border-radius: 3px;
}

HTML
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<a href="blog.html" class="thumb-big"><img src="images/asset/post32.jpg" alt="#"></a>
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Question by:rflorencio
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Chris Stanyon earned 500 total points
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This CSS rule:

.thumb-big img

will style an IMG tag inside of an element with a class of .thumb-big (which matches your HTML).

Take note of the space between big and img - they're 2 separate elements.
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