HTML Content Assist does NOT support a web developer in: (Select 2) A. Adding an attribute name-value pair within a start tag. B. Completing tag names, taking into account HTML grammar constraints. C. Ensuring that all HTML start tags have a corresponding end tag. D. Selecting from an enumerated list of attributes within a tag. E. Populating tag attribute values when a discrete set of options are possible. I am only sure about "A", no idea about other one. Please let me know what do you think about answer. Thanks,
Hi Lalu : The answers are: B, C B. Completing tag names, taking into account HTML grammar constraints. C. Ensuring that all HTML start tags have a corresponding end tag. B. Although content assist only shows attribute names that have not already been specified in a start tag, it does not take into account grammar constraints for tags. C is tricky, pay attention to "ALL HTML start tags" because HTML is flexible, in that some HTML elements allow end tags to be optionally omitted I hope this could help.
Michael Lam, PMP, IBM 285
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