Firstly, I am really grateful for this opportunity to have this platform to learn from. However, I feel the instructions are EXTREMELY poorly written. I find the instructions lacking on at least, and furthermore the help-hints usually give poor information. But I have met my match on this one.
Filling out the content of the quiz, below #student-info, add three div elements with a class of info.
Then, within each div nest one label element, and one input element.
Test: Sorry, your code does not pass. Keep trying.
Hint: You should nest three div elements below the h2#student-info element.
I have tried so many different versions of this code to no avail. Here are 3 examples, but I have tried it many more.
Yes. I did that first, but it didn’t work. The nested inside ones were the last ones I tried, because I remembered we did that before, and thought; “maybe the instructions were bad?” I think something had a problem or glitched out, because I had to “restart step” and then it finally worked.
I think they may do it on purpose also to get us used to “googling the answer” as that was a big step of learning C# for me, and I still do from time to time. From a teaching standpoint, I think they are just trying to show you that you can do achieve the same output a hundred different ways. That way you can just find what works best for you and use that.