Learn Accessibility by Building a Quiz - Step 40 - JsOTFAlCzmc6LLhB3pHIe

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Challenge: Learn Accessibility by Building a Quiz - Step 40

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They said i should add a submit button, which i did.
But still they keep saying"The submit botton should display a text Submit"

So how do i make a submit button to display a text SUBMIT?

I can’t say what you need to change unless you show us what you’ve done.

That still doesn’t show the code you have typed.

This link would take you to the exact spot am stucked

I cannot see your code by following the link. I need to see your code to see what is happening when you try to submit your code.

the code ive typed is there.

No it is not. I cannot see your code at that link. Your code is only in your local browser. You need to copy it into a forum post. It is literally impossible for me to see what is wrong with your code unless you post your code.

tell me how i can do that?

This text that I keep quoting tells you how to do that.

  <div class="answer">
              <textarea id="css-questions" name="css-questions" rows="5" cols="24" placeholder="Who is flexbox..."></textarea>
            <input type="Submit">

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I see this prompt:

Hint: The submit should display the text Submit.

thanks, i really appreciate

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I don’t get this.

My code on the same problem:

<input type="submit" name="submit">

Looking at the preview there is a button that says Submit.

The prompt asks me to make a button with text that says Submit but it’s already there.

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Thank you.

I found the solution
instead of

Googled the difference, does not seem to be a need to use button for this one.

BTW. I found this: type="submit" is the default with button , so leave it off!