For example, you'd be required to design an online shopping cart page with a given set of specifications for the web site look-and-feel, accessibility options, and navigation.
- Read the problem statement carefully and understand the specifications for the web pages you're expected to develop. If the test setter has set up a web site project already, use the code editor and write your HTML, JSS and CSS code in the relevant project files.
- You also have the option to download the given project, write your code locally and upload the solution as a .zip file.
- Click Render to test how your code renders in a browser.
- Click Submit answer & continue to submit the solution. You can revisit this question, modify your submitted code and resubmit the answer any number of times before the Test ends.
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 submissions.
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