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CSS CSS Basics (2014) Getting Started with CSS Adding CSS Review

When you get an answer wrong on a quiz, is there no way to see what the correct answer is?

I was just wondering how I am supposed to know what the correct answer to a quiz question was after I have answered it incorrectly.

Anke Altmann
Anke Altmann
2,396 Points

Same happened to me couple times... Would be nice if you could try it three times and if you're still not getting it right it shows you the correct answer... because sometimes it's just a semicolon missing...

2 Answers

Jeff Lemay
Jeff Lemay
14,266 Points

Go back and watch the video again, look through the video transcript for keywords from the question and look for the answer, or keep retaking the quiz until you "guess" correctly.

Tommy Gebru
Tommy Gebru
30,151 Points

Also watching the videos with subtitles or searching the transcript via shortcut (cmd + F) helps! Happy Coding ;)

Don't hesitate to ask here. Team Tree House will help you to understand coding. So, getting help from others is much more helpful in your learning than showing you the mistake. It seems bothersome at the beginning, but this will be your day to day when coding. ;)