For example, you would be required to design an online shopping cart page with a given set of specifications for the website look-and-feel, accessibility options, and navigation.
Or, if you prefer to follow directions, here are the steps for your ready reference.
- Read the problem statement carefully and understand the specifications for the web pages you are expected to develop. If the test setter has already set up a website project, use the code editor and write your HTML, JSS, and CSS code in the relevant project files.
- Click Render to test how your code renders in a browser.
- You can check the Rendered View of your code by clicking on Rendered View. You can also view that in a new tab by clicking the new tab icon, as shown below.
- Click Submit to submit the solution. You can revisit this question, change your submitted code and resubmit the answer any number of times by clicking on Modify before the Test ends.
Modifying the answer
Note: Your test setter may organize the questions across different sections in the Test, and these sections can have specific time limits to complete and submit the answers. In some cases, if the time allocated for a section has elapsed or you have already submitted the answer, you will not be allowed to change the answer submission.
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