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HTML

Angela Fonteboa
Angela Fonteboa
2,267 Points

Deep Dive HTML quiz

What value should go inside the cite attribute?

the answer was a URL

Is that correct? in the exercise we did not put a URL we put text/string

3 Answers

Angela Fonteboa
Angela Fonteboa
2,267 Points

http://teamtreehouse.com/library/websites/html/text/review-of-html-text

thats the link to the quiz..the question may not always come up so you might have to retake the quiz to the question

James Barnett
James Barnett
39,199 Points

Can you post a link to quiz that has this question?

James Barnett
James Barnett
39,199 Points

There's a subtle distinction here, the <cite> tag is used to specify where a quote came from. Such as who said it, or the work from which you are quoting.

If you to also link to the work you are quoting from, you would add in a nested <a> to include the url.