Learn Accessibility by Building a Quiz - Step 40


who is flexbox

us what’s happening:
here I am asked to put a for attribute for the label and I have done that but it is not working, please is the solution?

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Challenge: Learn Accessibility by Building a Quiz - Step 40

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Hi @timtoks,

Can u please share the code with us ?
so we can see the problem that u did :slight_smile:

I see that u reply something, but it’s empty

, I have done the for attribute but it is saying wrong

<label for=?></label>

Sorry sir, but i can’t see the code this is what u are replyin to me:

Please try to send the code that u typed so i can help u out :slight_smile:

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the value of the for attribute must equal the value of the associated input element’s id