Learn Accessibility by Building a Quiz - Step 30

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my input dosent have a id so what to I do, I need help not just a clue, Thank you.

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Challenge: Learn Accessibility by Building a Quiz - Step 30

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The exercise wants you to add an id attribute to each radio button. (I believe there are 4 in total, so just make up any id for each one, but make sure they are unique)
Then add a for attribute to each corresponding label (4 in total again).

this is the question, it doesn’t ask that at all lol

Although not required for label elements with a nested input, it is still best-practice to explicitly link a label with its corresponding input element.

Link the label elements with their corresponding input elements.

I’m glad you’re amused. I’m not. Sorry you are not interested in understanding. You can also try searching the forum and see how others solved this.

thank you for your help, I appreciate it , I am amused by the bad unclear directions givien by this question.

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Trying to confuse the website for our use. Nice move :rofl:
It worked.

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