Busy week, back at this topic. I can't send in the whole quiz, I will put out one question that so far no-one has answered "correctly", and has since been pulled from the quiz. Remember this is for a "design technologist" position - whose main business will be implementing designs in html/css. Getting a glimpse of the candidate's knowledge of this, as well as their attitude and approach to tackling tasks is the purpose of the quiz "How would you place a 100x100 red square in the top left corner of the page." (this comes in the context of a bunch of css questions). Hint: this is a simple question, but at all times this should be approached as a real-life problem. No browser requirements are specified, so appropriate work-arounds, caveats should be supplied. (Ambiguity is deliberate - this is not a multiple choice, yes/no type of quiz. This person will be working with designers - notoriously ambiguous people :) (the hint is not given in the test) sam Rudy_Limeback at maritimelife.ca wrote: > > > For full time positions we use a simple written HTML test > > to filter the bozos out and get to know a little more about > > the candidate. It tests people's hand's on experience, > > problem solving and solution finding(they email a response > > back - and so can go to whatever sources they know of to > > find the answers). > > hi sam > > any chance you could share this test with evolt?