I don’t think I’ve ever worked so hard mentally in my life.
Maybe I’m just getting old but damn, the amount of information intake for me is absurd. (Especially when on a personal time crunch…)
I don’t know what’s going on with the “Learn Accessibility by Building a Quiz” module. It’s seriously thrown me for a loop and making me feel like an idiot.
Currently on step 48 and it’s asking:
"Tidy up the
header, by using Flexbox to put space between the children, and vertically center them.
Then, fix the
header to the top of the viewport"
Um, ok, yea I can’t remember how to do most of that?
This is the outcome of it’s request:
How is this normal for someone to remember so many things, especially such specific, unique code/commands??
I feel like a good majority of the exercises in this section have asked some very obscure things that I seriously don’t remember, some examples include;
- remove underline from anchor tags (i don’t remember learning this)
- nav > ul > li (THIS )
- turn the cursor into a pointer (pretty sure i didnt learn this)
- change color of elements to something with a contrast ratio of at least 7:1. (which was white i think according to the hints (how was I supposed to figure that out?))
Is it just me or is the difficulty level increasing as I progress ?
I just seriously don’t understand how one is expected to recall such huge amount of specific info.
Maybe I’m letting too much time pass in-between exercises (It’s been 4 days…)
Sorry I’m just kind of annoyed to be honest and just wanted to vent.