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HTML QUIZ Points: 33 out of 40

Time spent: 8:07 

If I received a 33 out of 40, would that score have passed the certification, and would that be the level of difficulty on questions for the certification.?  help me check my corrections?

 

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18. What is the correct HTML for making a text area?

You answered:

<input type="textarea">

 Wrong Answer!

"<textarea></textarea>"

 

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23. Block elements are normally displayed without starting a new line.

You answered:

True

 Wrong Answer!

"False"?

 

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26. Which doctype is correct for HTML5?

You answered:

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 5.0//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html5/strict.dtd">

 Wrong Answer!

"<!doctype html5>"?

 

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28. In HTML, you can embed SVG elements directly into an HTML page.

You answered:

False

 Wrong Answer!

"true"?

 

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30. What is the correct HTML element for playing audio files?

You answered:

<mp3>

 Wrong Answer!

"<audio>"?

 

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37. Which HTML element is used to display a scalar measurement within a range?

You answered:

<range>

 Wrong Answer!

"step"?

 

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40. Which HTML element is used to specify a header for a document or section?

You answered:

<head>

 Wrong Answer!

"<header>"?

 

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The correct HTML for a text area is <textarea>

Block elements are displayed with a new line before and after them, keeping them on their own line.

The correct document type declaration for HTML 5 is <!DOCTYPE html>. In the generalized document type definition the keyword that follows "DOCTYPE" is the name of the root node of the document.

Since HTML 5 <svg> elements can be placed right in the HTML document.

Audio files are embedded into the page using the <audio> element.

There's the <meter> element to display a scalar measurement within a range, but Internet Explorer 11 and under don't support it.

The <header> element is used to indicate the header of the page, section or article. The <head> element just contains metadata about the page.

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