>Which XHTML fragment is used to start a numbered list with
> <ol start="lowercase">
> <ol begin="a">
> <ul begin="a">
> <ul start="lowercase">
> <ol start="a">
> <ul start="a">
None of the above are valid. Start always takes numerical values, even
when the list is displaying numbers in other formats. The correct
answer would be <ol type="a"> (And let's not forget that both type and
start are deprecated).
>Which unit can be used to specify an element size (e.g. font-size)
>relative to the size specified for the containing element?
The question is very vaguely worded (and is about CSS not (X)HTML
anyway), depending on context em and % could both be correct, and
ignores the fact that often a size can be specified relative to a
parent's size that has NOT been specified.
Oh well, you're just a spammer so I expect you won't even see these
comments. Keep on peddling your crap tests.
"My theories appal you, my heresies outrage you,
I never answer letters and you don't like my tie." - The Doctor
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