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I am trying to make a CSS quiz for my class.Asked by EloineChap on June 07, 2016 at 08:10 PM
I was trying to make a multiple choice quiz for my class on web design. There are question on what is the right CSS syntax but I realized that when I put in CSS or HTML examples into the options they do not display. I assume this is to protect the form from code being injected however is there a way to get it to display like code? For example I wanted to ask if you put CSS in the <head> of the document but because of the greater than and less than signs the option does not display.
That is correct. It is not allowed to display any html code or css to the options field or any other fields. A possible workaround I could suggest would be to add spaces between the greater than and less than, and the tag. So to display <head> in the options, you will need to type in < head >.
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I can live with that! Thanks!