CIS233DA Exam2Review

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  1. Most Web browsers assume a white page background by default.

    T or F
    • T
    • REF: 138
  2. If you don not define an element's color, it takes the color of the element that contains it.

    T or F
    • T
    • REF: 138
  3. The style to define the background color is backcolor: color.

    T or F
    • F
    • REF: 138
  4. If you choose to specify font size lengths using measurement units, you can use absolute units or keyword units.

    T or F
    • F
    • REF: 143
  5. The process by which you create a transparent color is independent of the graphics software you are using.

    T or F
    • F
    • REF: 154
  6. It is generally good practice to use at least three different font faces within a page.

    T or F
    • F
    • REF: 142
  7. An animated GIF is composed of several images that are displayed one after the other, creating the illusion of motion.

    T or F
    • T
    • REF: 154
  8. Browsers do not have default styles for the div element's padding, border, margins, or width.

    T or F
    • T
    • REF: 174
  9. As a general rule, you should use GIF's for photo's and use JPG's for illustrations that involve only a few colors.

    T or F
    • F
    • REF: 156
  10. The div element is an inline element and cannot be placed within a block-level element.

    T or F
    • F
    • REF: 175
  11. Users do not need to have the Flash player installed on their computers in order to view a Flash animaiton.

    T or F
    • F
    • REF: 156
  12. Because of the way that browsers work with inline images, it is a good idea to specify the height and width of an image even if you are not trying to change its dimensions.

    T or F
    • T
    • REF: 157
  13. When a browser encounters an inline image, it calculates the image size then uses this information to lay out the page.

    T or F
    • T
    • REF: 157
  14. The bgcolor attribute of the body tag is the preferred method for adding a background color to a page.

    T or F
    • F
    • REF: 139
  15. Using the border: style, the proper syntax is border: color type length.

    T or F
    • F
    • REF: 170
  16. The general format for a contextual selector is parent: descendant {styles}.

    T or F
    • F
    • REF: 201
  17. You could set all boldfaced text found in a paragraph to blue using the style definition: p b {color:blue}.

    T or F
    • T
    • REF: 201
  18. Not all browsers support contextual selectors.

    T or F
    • T
    • REF: 203
  19. Two or more pseudo-classes can never apply to the same element.

    T or F
    • F
    • REF: 216
  20. HTML and XHTML support attributes to create hover effects.

    T or F
    • F
    • REF: 216
  21. Static positioning is used more often used than absolute positioning.

    T or F
    • F
    • REF: 227
  22. By default, the height of an element is determined by its content.

    T or F
    • T
    • REF: 234
  23. A user's operating system does not impact the appearance of a document.

    T or F
    • F
    • REF: 237
  24. The max-width style can be used to set how large an element can grow.

    T or F
    • T
    • REF: 237
  25. By default, elements that are formatted later in an HTML of XHTML document are stacked on top of earlier elements.

    T or F
    • T
    • REF: 238
  26. The media attribute is required, regardless of the expected output device.

    T or F
    • F
    • REF: 240
  27. Using the link element, you can link serveral media style sheets to documents in your Web site.

    T or F
    • T
    • REF: 241
  28. A style sheet in which the output device is not specified is applied to all devices, unless it is superceded by a style designed for a particular device.

    T or F
    • T
    • REF: 241
  29. @media rules can be used to specify media groups in CSS.

    T or F
    • F
    • REF: 242
  30. Setting the display to "none" hides an element but does not remove it from the page flow.

    T or F
    • F
    • REF: 245
  31. There are ___ basic color names supported by CSS 2.1.

    a. 6
    b. 17
    c. 216
    d. 255
    • B. 17
    • REF: 136
  32. Any color can be thought of as a combination of which of the following three primary colors?

    a. blue, gray, and yellow
    b. yellow, red, and blue
    c. red, green, and blue
    d. red, white, and blue
    • C. red, green and blue.
    • REF: 135
  33. Each color on the Web is represented by a triplet of numbers, called a(n) ____ triplet.

    a. RGB
    b. hex
    c. dec
    d. primary
    • A. RGB
    • REF: 135
  34. In the RGB system, the intensity of colors is assigned a number from ___ to 255.

    a. 0
    b. 1
    c. 16
    d. 216
    • A. 0
    • REF: 135
  35. Which of the following is a specific font?

    a. serif
    b. cursive
    c. Arial
    d. fantasy
    • C. Arial
    • REF: 140
  36. If you use a hexidecimal value for a color, you preface the hexadecimal string with a(n)___.

    a. pound symbol
    b. ampersand
    c. question mark
    d. exclamation point
    • A. pound symbol
    • REF: 136
  37. If an element contains 12pt text, a length of 2em equals ___.

    a. 24pts
    b. 12pts
    c. 4pts
    d. 2pts
    • A. 24pts
    • REF: 144
  38. A(n)___ represents a single dot on the output device.

    a. element
    b. icon
    c. link
    d. pixel
    • D. Pixel
    • REF: 145
  39. The amount of space between pairs of letters is referred to as the ___.

    a. tracking
    b. dithering
    c. kerning
    d. pacing
    • C. Kerning
    • REF: 146
  40. The <font> tag has been ___.

    a. deprecated
    b. depreciated
    c. devalued
    d. demarked
    • A. deprecated
    • REF: 139
  41. The three image formats supported by most Web browsers are ___.

    a. GIF, JPEG and BMP
    b. GIF, PNG, and JPEG
    c. BMP, PNG, and JPEG
    d. JPEG, ARP, and BMP
    • B. GIF, PNG, and JPEG
    • REF: 154
  42. GIF files are limited to displaying ___ colors.

    a. 12
    b. 55
    c. 216
    d. 255
    • D. 255
    • REF: 154
  43. ___ GIFs are an effective way to compose slide shows or to simulate motion.

    a. Animated
    b. Transparent
    c. Interlaced
    d. Any of the above
    • A. Animated
    • REF: 154
  44. In the style li b {color: blue}, li is the ___ element.

    a. parent
    b. main
    c. descendent
    d. base
    • B. Parent
    • REF: 201
  45. In the style li b {color: blue}, b is the ___ element.

    a. parent
    b. main
    c. descendent
    d. base
    • C. descendent
    • REF: 201
  46. ___ can ensure that your own margin and padding values have precedence.

    a. * {margin: 0; padding: 0}
    b. * {margin, padding: 0}
    c. * {margin: clear; padding: clear}
    d. none of the above
    • A. * {margin: 0; padding: 0}
    • REF: 203
  47. You can change a list marker by using the ___ style.

    a. list-type
    b. style-list-type
    c. list-style-type
    d. style-list
    • C. list-style-type
    • REF: 207
  48. The ___ style can be used to cause a list to use your own image file for the list marker.

    a. list-style: image(url)
    b. list-style-image: image(image)
    c. list-style-url: url(url)
    d. list-style-image: url(url)
    • D. list-style-image: url(url)
    • REF: 209
  49. What is the list style position of the first list in the above figure?

    a. outside
    b. outer
    c. inside
    d. inner
    • A. outside
    • REF: 211
  50. What is the list style position of the second list in the above figure?

    a. outside
    b. outer
    c. inside
    d. inner
    • C. inside
    • REF: 211
  51. By changing the list display style to __, you can create a horizontal list.

    a. inline
    b. table
    c. block
    d. none
    • A. inline
    • REF: 213
  52. The proper ordering of coordinates in positions is ___.

    a. top, left, bottom, right
    b. bottom, right, top, left
    c. bottom, left, top, right
    d. top, right, bottom, left
    • D. top, right, bottom, left
    • REF: 232

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