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help files: MDL-14319 small XHTML fixes, as reported by Chris Bandy

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  1. +4 −5 lang/en_utf8/help/lesson/questiontypes.html
  2. +1 −1 lang/en_utf8/help/textformat.html
@@ -109,12 +109,12 @@ <h3>Correct answer matching a regular expression pattern </h3>
a space). The ? (question-mark) means: preceding character zero or one time;
it is used here to match British English as well as US spelling.</p>
<p><strong>Example 3.</strong> Question: &quot;Name an animal whose name is made
- of 3 letters and the middle letter is the vowel <em>a</em>&quot;. Anwer:
+ of 3 letters and the middle letter is the vowel <em>a</em>&quot;. Answer:
&quot;[bcr]at&quot;. This will match: bat, cat and rat. </p>
<h3>Detecting missing required words or character strings</h3>
<p>Regular expressions alone cannot detect absent character strings, so you have to
add a little code in your Answer to take care of this. Any Teacher Answer which
- begins with a double hyphen will analyse the student&rsquo;s answer to find out
+ begins with a double hyphen will analyze the student&rsquo;s answer to find out
whether the following string is present or absent. If present, the analysis
continues to the next question; if absent, the analysis stops and the relevant
Response message is displayed.</p>
@@ -189,7 +189,7 @@ <h3>Escaping special characters </h3>
order as entered. This allows for <b>&quot;Ordered&quot;</b> questions to be
constructed. Consider the question &quot; Put the following into the order
they were born, the earliest first&quot; with the lists 1., 2., 3., 4. and
- Longfellow, Lawrence, Lowell, Larkin. The second list is shuffed before
+ Longfellow, Lawrence, Lowell, Larkin. The second list is shuffled before
being used in the question, of course.</p></li>
<li><p><b>Numerical</b> This type of question requires a number as the answer.
@@ -221,5 +221,4 @@ <h3>Escaping special characters </h3>
after the correct answer. That is the answers are ordered 3.33:3.34 (the
&quot;correct&quot; answer) then 3:4 (the &quot;wrong&quot; answer, but
not wildly wrong answer!).</p></li>
-</ul>
-
+</ol>
@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ <h2>1. Moodle auto-format</h2>
<p>Smiley characters such as :-) will automatically become their graphical equivalents.</p>
<p>You can even embed HTML code if you want to and it will be retained.</p>
<p class="moreinfo"><a href="help.php?file=text.html">More info about Moodle auto-formatting</a></p>
-</ul>
+</div>
<h2>2. HTML format</h2>

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