Using CSS only (without adding additional HTML attributes), style articles so that they occupy the whole browser window and have the following properties:

Article Position Background color
First Upper-left quarter Red
Second Upper-right quarter Yellow
Third Lower-left quarter Blue
Fourth Lower-right quarter Green

The four colored quarters of the articles.

HTML5, CSS3
 

Run OK, but 3 out of 3 test cases fail:

  •   Article size: Wrong answer
  •   Article position: Wrong answer
  •   Article color: Wrong answer

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HTML/CSS CSS selectors Positioning Public
Hard

20min

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