Subheading in Front-End-Engineer Improved Styleing with CSS Objective assessment - Part 2

Subheadings seem to be a lively topic of debate [1] without a definite answer as to which html tags are supposed to be used.
I don’t think it’s good to assume one correct answer in the exam. [2]
Or is there a definite answer I’ve missed?

[1] HTML for Subheadings and Headings | CSS-Tricks - CSS-Tricks

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Is it an exam question?
We can’t help with exam questions.

Or, if you think there’s an error or bug you can report it in the appropriate category.

Yeah it’s about an exam question.
I would like to discuss, whether there is a definite answer to that question, as assumed or not. After discussing with fellow students I might want to report it to the content team. Where would I do that?

TBH, there isn’t really any guidance from CMs here with regards to exam questions posted on the forums. There is a slight nod in the Community Guidelines about cheating though. Does it (the integrity policy) apply here? Who knows! :woman_shrugging:

In general, we don’t give out answers to questions posed here, and the same would apply to exam questions…b/c they’re exams and that constitutes cheating. Discussion at arriving at a definitive answer for an exam question–assumed or not–would (IMO) fall under those same rules. But again, who knows without a concrete policy in place.

I was going to say you could report it here under Feedback & Requests, but that would involve more discussion on the question. SO, I think your best bet would be to open a support ticket with CS. Make sure you thoroughly explain the issue too. That way, the issue is logged and tracked in their system. But, be patient w/them b/c it’s Labor Day and offices are closed.

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Thx! Not that important to me.