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can you help on all the quiz question please?
Guys if you say Channon Google is your friend I know but I'm only 9 years old and BTW I don't understand the stuff on Google .the videos.....are ok but I don't understand them really...I will grow up and learn on the way (that's what my dad say's)
Thanks again :)
Hi Channon. I agree that some of these questions can be very difficult. They want you to remember the exact right word for some of these questions.
Here's what I recommend for you. If you get a question wrong, write it down. Write it exactly as it appears in the quiz, with the blank spaces and everything.
For example, here's one of the questions: "The top-most element in an HTML document is the __________ element. We're able to target that element with the __________ pseudo-class."
Then go back to the videos. Yes, you will probably have to watch some videos two or three times. I'm a grown up, and that's what I did. Usually you can guess which video you have to watch again by the title, but sometimes you'll just have to watch them all again. But this time, you know what you are looking for!
While you are watching the videos for the second time, go to the section under the video and click on "Video Transcript". It can really help to see the words spelled out.
For the example question above, the answer is in the ":root and :target" video. Within the first 30 seconds of the video the teacher says what the top-most element in the document is. And just a few seconds later he tells you the answer to the second blank space.
All of the quiz answers can be found this way. And I think it really helps you to remember things when you have to look for them.
You can do it! Just keep trying, don't be afraid to make mistakes, and watch the videos again if there's ever anything that's not completely clear. And if that doesn't help, keep asking in the forum. Just remember that when you ask a question in the forum, you need to be very specific what your question is.