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  1. The internet consist of an unacountable number of nodes that enable users to communicate and share informaion.

    T or F
    T - Ref: HTML2
  2. The origins of the internet can be traced backed to a WAN called the ARPANET.

    T or F
    T - Ref: HTML2
  3. A link can be a document on your computer or a document on a computer anywhere in the world.

    T or F
    T - Ref: HTML3
  4. Documents on the Web are known as Web pages and they are limited to text.

    T or F
    F - Ref: HTML3|HTML4
  5. Browser can run on cell phones, PDA's, MP3 players, and gaming systems.

    T or F
    T - Ref: HTML4
  6. Web pages are RTF files, written in a language called HTML.

    T or F
    F - Ref: HTML4
  7. HTML proved too cumbersome and difficult for use on the Internet, and thus SGML was created based on the principles of HTML.

    T or F
    F - Ref: HTML5
  8. With the advent of XHTML, it is expected that HTML will become obsolete within the next two years.

    T or F
    F - Ref: HTML7
  9. It is a good idea to view your Web pags using different browsers.

    T or F
    T - Ref: HTML7
  10. HTML 2.0 included additional support for creating and formatting tables and expanded the options for interactive form elements.

    T or F
    • F - Ref: HTML6
    • HTML 3.2
  11. The default rendering of a horizontal line is standard across all browsers.

    T or F
    F - Ref: HTML39
  12. An HTML file contains both formatting tags and content.

    T or F
    T - Ref: HTML9
  13. A one sided tag is used to insert character data into a Web page.

    T or F
    • F - Ref: HTML42
    • One sided tags are empty elements ex:
    • <br />
    • <hr />
  14. Tags in an HTML file should be entered using all uppercase letters.

    T or F
    F - Ref: HTML10
  15. Extra space is required before and after the <body> tags to make your code easier to understand, especially as you add more code and it becomes more complex.

    T or F
    • F - Ref: HTML12
    • Extra space is not required but does help to read.
  16. The figure above shows an ordered list.

    T or F
    • F - Ref: HTML22|HTML23
    • The figure shows an unordered list.
  17. HTML lets you format individual characters.

    T or F
    • T - Ref: HTML29
    • Inline elements are used to format characters and words.
    • Ex: <b>, <q>, <code>
  18. The <em> logical tag emphasizes characters more strongly than <strong>.

    T or F
    • F - Ref: HTML29
    • <em> is italics and <strong> is bold
  19. If an image is located in the same folder as the HTML file, you do not need to include any file location path information.

    T or F
    T - Ref: HTML41
  20. Horizontal lines are only useful for breaking up block quotes.

    T or F
    F - Ref: HTML39
  21. If computers are close together, the network linking them is called a __.
    a. LAN
    b. WAN
    c. NET
    d. Web
    • a. LAN
    • Ref: HTML2
  22. If a nework covers several buildings or cities, it is called a __.
    a. LAN
    b. WAN
    c. NET
    d. Web
    • b. WAN
    • Ref: HTML2
  23. The largest WAN in existence is the __.
    a. World Wide Web
    b. Usenet
    c. Internet
    d. client server
    • c. Internet
    • Ref: HTML2
  24. The physical structure of the Internet uses __ to send data back and fourth.
    a. fiber-optic cables
    b. Satelites
    c. phone lines
    d. All of the above
    • d. All of the above
    • Ref: HTML2
  25. The founders of the Web developed a system of __ documents.
    a. Hypertext
    b. Active
    c. parsed
    d. dynamic
    • a. Hypertext
    • Ref: HTML3
  26. The foundation for __ was laid in 1989 by researchers seeking an information system that would make it easy for their colleagues to locate and share data.
    a. Usenet
    b. the Web
    c. the Internet
    d. a WAN
    • b. the Web
    • Ref: HTML3
    • the Web is based on hypertext and the internet is related to the actual nodes that make up the WAN.
  27. Documents on the web are known as web __.
    a. Sites
    b. Links
    c. pages
    d. indices
    • c. pages
    • Ref: HTML3
  28. A Web __ makes a page available to users of the Web.
    a. Client
    b. station
    c. browser
    d. server
    • d. server
    • Ref: HTML3
  29. A Web __ is a software program that retrieves the page and displays it.
    a. Browser
    b. Client
    c. station
    d. server
    • a. Browser
    • Ref: HTML3
  30. __ browsers were incapable of displaying images.
    a. PDA
    b. Text-Based
    c. Graphical
    d. Markup
    • b. Text-Bases
    • Ref: HTML4
  31. __ are formatting rules written in a separate language from HTML telling the browser how to render each element for particular devices.
    a. Links
    b. Tags
    c. Styles
    d. Titles
    • c. Styles
    • Ref: HTML4
  32. Web pages are text files written in a language called __.
    a. SGML
    b. Java
    c. Perl
    d. HTML
    • d. HTML
    • Ref: HTML4
  33. A __ language is a language used to describe the content and structure of documents.
    a. Markup
    b. Parsed
    c. validated
    d. dictionary
    • a. Markup
    • Ref: HTML4
  34. HTML was developed from __.
    a. XML
    b. SGML
    c. XHTML
    d. Java
    • b. SGML
    • Ref: HTML5
  35. The World Wide Web Consortium has created a set of __, or specifications, that all browser manufacturers follow.
    a. Indices
    b. Standards
    c. sheets
    d. styles
    • b. Standards
    • Ref: HTML5
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CIS233DA - Exam 1 Review
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