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    • Dave from United States 01 20 2013, 4:31 AM Report Spam
      The exam comprehend 40 questions in 2 hours.
      Passed today (960/1000). Excellent practice test.
    • Mike from Philippines 01 17 2013, 7:35 AM Report Spam
      this is a good dump. I got 880 today.

      Its no more now! hahaha

    • Zain from Unknown 01 16 2013, 10:02 AM Report Spam
      got 960
      16 01 2012
    • Stefan from United States 01 15 2013, 11:06 AM Report Spam
      Valid dump, 1 new question out of it. All answer options order is randomized! Passed with score 920. There is a new filed in the Slider – range question – "step".
    • Mat from Australia 01 14 2013, 11:58 PM Report Spam
      Passed with score 840. Learn all the 71 questions as the options are not always the same in the exams
    • unknown from United States 01 14 2013, 6:42 PM Report Spam
      Dump is still 100% valid. Got 980.
    • Animorphs from Unknown 01 14 2013, 1:14 PM Report Spam
      Dump 100% valid. Scored 940.
    • Himmat from Canada 01 13 2013, 7:37 PM Report Spam
      Passed with 1000.
      Azad's comments are accurate.
      Question and options are randomized.
      Q22 Correct ansers are C, D
      addEventListener and attachEvent.
      Q46 absolute
      Q. 59 There is a type in exam if (height === "300") instead of if (height == "300")
      Q. 65 option was changed from article to section.
      One of the question there was no space between variable and variable name.
      One of the question variable name was changed.
      Q31 & 39 did not come in this exam but as questions are randomized they can be there for some exams.
      Be prepared for new questions.
      Study new items in HTML5 & CSS3 properly form available study materials.
      GOOD LUCK.
    • Roberto 03cos from Spain 01 13 2013, 7:00 PM Report Spam
      Sorry, i refer to Q43, not to Q34
    • Roberto 03cos from Spain 01 13 2013, 6:45 PM Report Spam
      Q34 response are wrong!! wrong!! and badly put question.

      In HTML you can not link User styles and you can not modify the apply order, because is a USER LOCAL FILE configured in the browser configuration.
      And you can not modify the apply order of usser agent because ar "browser default styles" and you can not modify nothing inside it.

      WTF!! please dont reverse it… LOL!!!

      This is badly put question with NO CORRECT RESPONSE AVAILABLE.
      The specification says thisPrecedence order IS FROM lowest to highest
      12larations >>from<< the user agent
      12larations >>from<< the user
      12larations >>from<< the author
      12larations >>from<< the author with !important added
      12larations >>from<< the user with !important added

      When you write html and css you are the Author and all you can link is FROM author. nor user ,nor user agent precedence can be influenced using html and css links.
      Modifying the order of linking, you only can influence in author normal,and author important. NOTHING MORE!

    • mike from United Kingdom 01 13 2013, 5:14 PM Report Spam
      If I go by what everyone is saying it is: absolute

      If I go by what actually works when I run it then it would be: relative

      It's only one question so I wont stress about it.

      PS. did you look at code sample I linked?

    • Meher from United States 01 13 2013, 4:35 PM Report Spam
      @mike, so what would you think the answer world be?
    • mike from United Kingdom 01 13 2013, 4:31 PM Report Spam
      Ok I will defer to SO, it doesn't actually work in IE10 tho.
    • mike from United Kingdom 01 13 2013, 4:29 PM Report Spam
      Sorry to take up space I figured it out.

      "The element is positioned relative to its first positioned (not static) ancestor element"

      The parent is relative so declaring inner absolute will align it to the ancestor which has been fixed which in my example is the <body> tag of the page.

      Answer is definitely relative.

    • Meher from United States 01 13 2013, 4:26 PM Report Spam
      For question 46: check this link.

      Setting to absolute is correct.


    • mike from United Kingdom 01 13 2013, 2:38 PM Report Spam
      lol, actually according to W3C absolute should be correct but it doesn't work this way when actually running the code?!?
    • mike from United Kingdom 01 13 2013, 2:30 PM Report Spam
      The answer to Q46 is 100% definitely relative!

      The parent Div is set to relative. This means that the child div must also be set to relative. If you set it to absolute then it will not produce the desired result specified in the question.

      Try for yourself I made a js bin: http://jsbin.com/adeluj/1/edit

      If it gets changed just jump to back first revision

    • randyberry from Germany 01 13 2013, 2:12 PM Report Spam
      Thanks man. This dump is optimized for learning.

      guy fixed some serious errors. But im still not sure about a couple of questions.

      Can someone explain why the answer is String and not JSON the question about webworkers?

    • Tania from Unknown 01 13 2013, 10:23 AM Report Spam
      wat is the answer to Q.22? is it AC or CD?
    • Animorphs from Singapore 01 13 2013, 3:41 AM Report Spam
      Take this exam for free using voucher code "HTMLJMP". I've registered mine for free already.
    • Azad from Canada 01 12 2013, 9:34 PM Report Spam
      Q19 A,B
      document.getElementById("logo") .style.position = "relative";
      document.getElementByld("logo").Style.top = "5px";

      Q27 B & C are the answers, since onconnect event is not existing on worker.

      User Important
      Author Important
      Author Normal
      User Normal
      User Agent …that is from highest to lowest

      Q31 All options are incorrect
      nearest correct answers are B or D???
      #obj { text-shadow: <x-offset> <y-offset> <blur-radius> <color>; }
      <x-offset> +n right -n left
      <y-offset> +n bottom -n top
      1 inch below means <y-ffset> is 1in or 72 pt
      Hence actually answer must be
      0px,1in,5px 0r 0px, 72pt, 5px

      ==> $("a img").each(function(){
      ==> $(this).parent().attr("target", "_blank")

      Q 44 link, visited, hover, active.
      Note: a:hover MUST come after a:link and a:visited in the CSS definition in order to be effective!!
      Note: a:active MUST come after a:hover in the CSS definition in order to be effective!!

      Q46: A bsolute

      If you wish to practice all question using vce use Hicham dump
      In exam questions and options are randomized.
      To be prepared for any new new questions do not totaaly rely on dumps.

    • Liz from Unknown 01 12 2013, 6:59 PM Report Spam
      Q19(from Chandra collection)=>You are developing an HTML5 page that has an elemnt with an ID of logo. the page includes the following HTML <html>Logo:<br><div id="logo"></div></div>….wat is the correct answer of this question…plzzzz tel meee
    • guy from Portugal 01 12 2013, 5:26 PM Report Spam
      hi newguy.
      that's an awkward question.

      I recommend you take a look to other dumps (hkayne, chandra) as well and be critical about every answer if you have the time.

      I can tell you that I have passed with 900+ and I got 100% of the questions, from this dump. No new questions whatsoever.

    • A from Pakistan 01 12 2013, 11:40 AM Report Spam
      Passed 900 score
    • shyam shinde from India 01 12 2013, 9:12 AM Report Spam
      You are creating a class named Sedan that must inherit from the Car class. The Sedan class must modify the
      inherited fourDoor () method.
      The Car class is defined as follows.
      Future instances of Sedan must be created with the overridden method. You need to write the code to
      implement the Sedan class. Which two code segments should you use? (Each correct answer presents part of
      the solution. Choose two.)…………………………

      Please tell me the correct code snippets…..

    • guy from Portugal 01 11 2013, 6:49 PM Report Spam
      if I remember, you have to disregard the two answers the have parent().parent(), which go up two levels, and you just want one (from input to td).

      then disregard the eq() answer as well, since you don't want a static index, but yet, any second child table row that contains an input.

      you will often find small glitches like missing spaces in exams. you should not focus on that in order to find an answer. I have found things making the exam such as "varCustomer=this;" You just have to understand it is equivalent to "var Customer=this;"

    • funz from Ireland 01 11 2013, 5:07 PM Report Spam
      Can someone explain why its table td: nth-child(2) and not table td:nth-child(2)??
    • Carlos from Brazil 01 11 2013, 2:26 AM Report Spam
      Hi! About the q27 (web worker, onconnect and onmessage events).
      In some other dumps the correct answers are B & C. This dump (and also others) indicate A & C.
      I found this Microsoft link (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ie/hh673568(v=vs.85).aspx) which tells exactly this:
      "To set up two-way communication, both the main page and the worker thread listen for the onmessage event."
      So I will go with B & C.
    • guy from Portugal 01 10 2013, 6:17 PM Report Spam
      ok I'm taking a look again.

      Question 60, javascript arrays:

      first should be if(!arr[ctry]) to quickly validate if the use country is in the array, and open the conditional code, if it isn't

      second should be
      for (var i in arr)
      if(arr[i]) txt += i + " ";

      the output will print all countries in the array. you don't want that!
      if(arr[i]) makes sure you are printing countries with "True" in the value

    • funz from Ireland 01 10 2013, 6:02 PM Report Spam
      Ok, maybe I misread, but is it not:
      for (var i in arr)
      if (arr[i]) txt += i + " ";
      I mean you are saying: go through each item in the array, then check that the item is in the array. It has to be in the array surely, you retrieved it from the 'for in'. I dunno, I just dont get it. 05be I read the code wrong.
    • guy from Portugal 01 10 2013, 5:44 PM Report Spam
      hi funz

      answer needs to check the array, or else it would ouput all array values as valid countries. although there are 3 countries in the array, the last one is false, so cannot be used, even though it is inside the array

    • funz from Ireland 01 10 2013, 5:26 PM Report Spam
      Exam A – Question 60 – There is a typo in the selection:
      Is: …if (arr[i] txt += i + " ";
      Should be: …if (arr[i]) txt += i + " ";
      However, It says that this is one of the answers! I dont get it, why do you need this if?? You are already inside the for loop, so the if is not necessary here.
      I think the choice there should be : for (var i in arr) txt += i + " "; instead
    • guy from Portugal 01 10 2013, 4:32 PM Report Spam
      text-shadow has mandatory attributes and follows a specific order:

      text-shadow: horizontal_offset vertical_offset blur_radius color;

      in this case, we need a vertical offset of 72pt or 1inch(in), with a 5px blur radius
      the first two values are mandatory the the third is the main information to answer the question

      as for the stylesheet order, in reference you will find a link that shows the order from lowest to highest.
      in the question, the reverse is what is asked.
      I think this dump agrees with chandra on that one.

      there are definitely still a couple wrong questions (2, maybe 3) that need to be found, but I have no idea which ones. since I have passed this already, it's up to the rest of you guys to continue working on this. this dump can get you 100%, depending on what questions you come up with.

    • Smith from India 01 10 2013, 4:17 PM Report Spam
      Wht is answer for Q34. (styles from highest priority to lowest priority.) and Q.31(radius of the drop shadow) plz reply
    • guy from Portugal 01 10 2013, 12:54 PM Report Spam
      hi all.
      this dump is an updated version of hkeyne's version.
      I liked the formatting and aswers from it, and I think a few other people did too.

      I corrected the question "relative" to "absolute" and added 2 more questions.
      I have also added references, comments, and even the various options for text-transforms and input types.

      Question for ScriptEngine, does not include either call or bind as an answer. I have confirmed this.

      Text-shadow blur radius, and user agent questions, I believe had all wrong answers (tested with references), so these were updated.

      Question for "onmessage" and "onconnect", I think I made a typo. I believe answers are:
      From the web worker, use the onconnect event handler of the main page to capture events.
      From the main page, use the onmessage event handler of the web worker to capture events.

      So A and B. If you see the description, you will understand.

      Any feed back would be appreciated.
      Good luck to you all.


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