Expected COLON

Rule from css under compatibility category

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The CSS specification defines a syntax and grammar with which the language is written. Conformance to this syntax and grammar is needed for your code to be correctly interpreted. A colon is used to separate a CSS property and its value.

.element {
this: valid

this not-valid
}

How do I fix this ?

Ensure that all your CSS properties have colons separating them from their values.

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