Question on the HTML/CSS Assessment.- It is asking " has a drop-down with an id of “type”, a name of
"pet_type" , an associated label that reads “Type”, with only the options “Cat”, “Dog”, “Hamster”, “Other”, “Zebra”.
I thought I wrote it correctly but now I am confused because it gave me a fail saying, " The questions you missed were:
** has exactly one ‘select’ element with a name of ‘pet_type’ and an associated label with the content ‘Type’**
*** has exactly five ‘options’ elements in the ‘select’ element’**
This is what I did.
Any advise will help. Thank you,
Hi Chris, and welcome to the forum.
Wow! You are super close!
When we run the tests on your code, the tests are super-picky and are looking for very specific details in the code. So a simple typo, difference in case/capitalization and other similar small details can cause a test to fail.
That’s exactly what happened in your case - it’s a tiny detail within the
<div> that your
<select> element is in.
Look through your code, line by line in section 18-29. Look for typos, case issues, etc…I suspect you’ll find it!
Unfortunately I can’t give any more guidance, as it is an assessment …but you are SUPER close already!
Thank you! I think I found it.