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So to recap, our challenge was to mark this area as being erroneous. This area as being extra good with a little message, and not to touch the HTML. So here's my solution. So I've added some highlighting here and here and there's the message, so let's see how I did this. I'll first scroll down to some relevant CSS. So I have an error class background border and padding, a little message class with the same thing. And then some styling for a paragraph that appears therein. And as you can see, the mark up is identical, there's no messages or anything in here.
So that all affects this block, and if we look at this in the inspector, we see that there it is. This is appended to the end of the message group and then there's my message class and my error class on previous one. So that's how I did it. Your answer may be different, but there are lots of possibilities.
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