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JavaScript JavaScript and the DOM (Retiring) Responding to User Interaction Event Listening, Bubbling and Delegation

Why do i get this question when the topic is in the next video.... no way i know the answer

Why do i get this question when the topic is in the next video.... no way i know the answer

2 Answers

omg can you stop? the whole concept was first presented in the lesson after, clearly a bug. Bugs happen, stop sitting there making up fake excuses.

No need to get mad, but if you know the reason why are you making a post in community and complaining. If you are seriously concerned about that bug, talk to Treehouse, but do not rant in community.

Bubbling and child delegation is part of the previous lesson.

Thank you for the response, but it was not for me, it was in the next lesson. This was a flaw/bug with the setup or when i got the quiz. I wouldnt say it was next if it was previous.

Andreas Skomsøy I understand that that might be the case, but just wanted to point out that the title of the quiz is Event Listening, Bubbling, and Delegation. It was probably mentioned in a video before, but was not exactly clear, which is a flaw.

I see what you are saying, but it was not even mentioned, I know this, as I could hover the video after the Quiz, which just happened to be the stuff I didn't know :) I take pride in my attentiveness, and I am convinced it is indeed a mere bug.

Andreas Skomsøy it's not more so if the exact answer is stated, rather than if the knowledge and the actual lesson is presented. If it presents the concept, you can apply what you have learned and some common sense/knowledge to the question, rather than going directly off words like most treehouse lessons do.