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Please answer for this question.fill in the blanks to create a datalist with with predefined colour red

<input type="text" list="colors"/> __________ id ="colors"> <option color="red"> <___________>

8/29/2018 8:37:57 AM

Ajitha G R

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<form> <input type="text" name="color" list ="colors" /> <datalist id=" colors "> <option value="Red"> <option value="Blue"> <option value="Green"> </ datalist > </form>

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<input type="text" list="colors"/> <datalist id="colors"> <option color="red"> </datalist>

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The correct answer is :- 1 line 2 colors 3 datalist

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the correct answer is 1. list 2. colors 3. datalist

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public_____ Color { RED, _____ , GREEN;

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Fill in the blanks to create a video element: < controls> <source ="video.mp4" type="video/mp4"/> < src="video.ogg" type="video/ogg"/> Video not supported </video>