Recently, there has been a huge controversy regarding the CSS exam papers. The Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) was severely criticized on social media after it was found that a retired bureaucrat leaked the CSS exam questions a month before the exam. There were many questions raised by people about whether the questions were real or not. People also questioned if Sadia Kousar should be charged under the cybercrime act. People have since condemned the FPSC’s unprofessional approach in conducting this exam.
The CSS exam is divided into different levels – beginner, intermediate, and advanced. It is recommended to have at least 100 hours of training to sit for this test. This will ensure that you know how to correctly write well-formed HTML and CSS. You should also be familiar with the basic features and capabilities of CSS.
The CSS Exam is comprised of 100 multiple-choice questions. All questions are based on the material provided in the CSS Study Guide. Candidates are given one hour to complete the exam. There are no prerequisites for the CSS Exam, and those who pass the exam will be able to use the post-nominal CSS as part of their professional signature. Once you have completed the exam, you will receive a preliminary score and a certificate in PDF format via email. You will also be awarded a CSS lapel pin.
Inline and block elements are similar, but the difference is that they do not share a line break. The latter type of element is used to set width and height. The inline element is used to place an element over another. An example of inline and block elements is a paragraph. It will display text in font 18 in the body.