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Parth Twari
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Is this <variable> element in tld on the scwcd 5 exam?

I find it very confusing, please tell me otherwise i won't over it.


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Frits Walraven
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Hi Parth,

Yes it is, but you only have to know a bit of the basics.

You should know that your tag exposes a variable that can be used in the rest of the page. The <scope> defines where you can use that variable.
What part is confusing for you? Have you tried creating a tag and exposing a variable?

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Frits
Christophe Verré
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I agree with Frits. Creating a tag yourself will help you understand how it is used.


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