Preran, Thanks. It works now when I select the <p> selector as mentioned in the video. I assumed the <p> selector mentioned in step 1. below meant the CSS Selectors Window/pane. However when clicking the <p> selector below the split/design window it works. I included the instructions below which seem to be ambiguos at best. Maybe I have simply missed something that was mentioned before.
Thanks again and we can consider this resolved, unless the book authors wants to make a change to the instructions which seems to be needed.
David In Texas....
1. Insert the cursor into the text directly below the vertical menu. Click the < p > tag selector. The placeholder image should not be inserted within the < p > element. If it were, it would inherit any margins, padding, and other formatting applied to the paragraph, which could cause it to disrupt the layout.
Tip Use Split view whenever you’re unsure where the cursor is inserted.
2. Press the Left Arrow key. As you have seen in earlier exercises, the cursor moves to the left of the opening < p > tag in the code but stays within the < aside > element. 3. Press Ctrl-T/ Cmd-T to open the Quick Tag Editor.
Adobe Creative Team (2013-07-08). Adobe Dreamweaver CC Classroom in a Book (Kindle Locations 2609-2620). Pearson Education. Kindle Edition.
I just encountered the same problem and went through the same process. I highly recommend DavidinTexas' suggestion for an edit.