Web Designing Quiz

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Which of the following is true of XHTML?

  1. It is a new hybrid technology that is different from both XML and HTML.

  2. You can't use it to create Web pages.

  3. It is a reformulation of HTML in XML.

  4. It has totally replaced HTML as the tool for building Web pages.


Correct Option: C
Explanation:

To solve this question, the user needs to have a basic understanding of web development and markup languages.

Now, let's go through each option and explain why it is right or wrong:

A. It is a new hybrid technology that is different from both XML and HTML. - This option is incorrect. XHTML stands for "Extensible Hypertext Markup Language", and it is a markup language that is based on XML. XHTML combines the syntax of HTML with the strictness of XML.

B. You can't use it to create Web pages. - This option is incorrect. XHTML is used to create web pages just like HTML.

C. It is a reformulation of HTML in XML. - This option is correct. XHTML is a reformulation of HTML in XML, which makes it easier for web developers to create valid and well-formed web pages.

D. It has totally replaced HTML as the tool for building Web pages. - This option is incorrect. Although XHTML has some advantages over HTML, it has not completely replaced it. HTML is still widely used for building web pages.

Therefore, the correct answer is:

The answer is: C

A friend has designed a graphic containing several words. Why should he/she choose to save this image file as a GIF rather than a JPG?

  1. JPG's render true color poorly at some screen resolutions, whereas GIFs do not.

  2. The GIF file format is tailored to the Internet, whereas the JPG was developed for storage only.

  3. The file compression features of the JPG format may render the fonts unreadable.

  4. JPG's are about three times the size of GIFs and therefore take more time to render in a browser.


Correct Option: C

AI Explanation

To answer this question, let's go through each option to understand why it is correct or incorrect:

Option A) JPG's render true color poorly at some screen resolutions, whereas GIFs do not. This option is incorrect. Both JPG and GIF formats support true color rendering, so the choice of file format does not affect the rendering of true color.

Option B) The GIF file format is tailored to the Internet, whereas the JPG was developed for storage only. This option is incorrect. While it is true that GIF was originally developed for the internet and supports animation, JPG is also widely used for web graphics and is suitable for internet use.

Option C) The file compression features of the JPG format may render the fonts unreadable. This option is correct. One of the main differences between GIF and JPG formats is the compression algorithm used. JPG uses lossy compression, which can result in a loss of quality, especially in areas with sharp edges or text. This can make the fonts in the image less readable compared to a GIF file.

Option D) JPG's are about three times the size of GIFs and therefore take more time to render in a browser. This option is incorrect. JPG files are generally larger in size compared to GIF files due to the compression algorithm used, but the size difference is not typically three times. Additionally, the rendering time in a browser depends on various factors, such as the file size, internet connection, and browser capabilities, rather than just the file format.

The correct answer is C) The file compression features of the JPG format may render the fonts unreadable. This option is correct because the lossy compression used in JPG files can result in a loss of quality, making the fonts in the image less readable compared to a GIF file.

Which of the following correctly describe the nature of ActiveX (Choose all that apply)?

  1. It is a programming language

  2. It has full access to the Windows operating system

  3. It is a set of rules for how applications should share information

  4. It is riskier than Java applets in terms of security

  5. Either BCD


Correct Option: E
  1. Color and background properties

  2. Bi-directional text

  3. Positioning of elements on the page

  4. Styles for tables

  5. Either ABC


Correct Option: E

You noticed that you cannot see the applet while the page is loading. What's the reason for it?

  1. incorrect file permission settings

  2. applets must register all its parameters with the JVM before it can function

  3. applets are protected

  4. applets are not registered


Correct Option: B

Which of the following correctly describe Dreamweaver's form building capability?

  1. It designs XML forms.

  2. It supports forms generated by Access Database.

  3. It has no server side form processing features.

  4. It has no client side form processing features.


Correct Option: C

Which of the following correctly describe the features of Flash (choose all that apply)?

  1. vector-graphic based animation

  2. browser independent

  3. bandwidth friendly

  4. requires client side plug-ins

  5. All of the above


Correct Option: E

AI Explanation

To answer this question, let's go through each option to understand why it is correct or incorrect:

Option A) Vector-graphic based animation - This option is correct. Flash is known for its ability to create vector-based animations, which means that the images are created using mathematical calculations rather than individual pixels. This allows for scalability and smooth animations.

Option B) Browser independent - This option is correct. Flash was designed to be compatible with multiple web browsers, making it independent of any specific browser.

Option C) Bandwidth friendly - This option is correct. Flash files are typically small in size, which makes them more bandwidth-friendly compared to other multimedia formats.

Option D) Requires client-side plug-ins - This option is incorrect. Flash used to require client-side plug-ins in the past, but with the decline in popularity and support for Flash, most modern web browsers no longer support Flash plug-ins. Therefore, this option is not applicable.

The correct answer is E) All of the above. This option is correct because all of the options A, B, and C correctly describe the features of Flash.

Which of the following correctly describe the features of SSI ?

  1. It uses OLE as the database technology

  2. There is no official standard

  3. It is a substitute to ActiveX control

  4. It is developed by W3C


Correct Option: B

In DreamWeaver Chad can change the Default Text in the Status Bar of his web page by changing its properties through the what?

  1. Objects Palette.

  2. Properties Palette.

  3. Layers Inspector.

  4. Behaviours Inspector.


Correct Option: D

Which technique is referred to as inline scripting?

  1. The use of SCRIPT tags in line with the HEAD and BODY tags.

  2. The addition of the INLINE tag within the controlling HTML.

  3. The embedding of scripting instructions within certain HTML tags.

  4. The physical justification of the script (major routines on the left, and lesser routines indented and on the right).


Correct Option: C

Lower-end (8-bit) monitors are capable of displaying how many colors?

  1. 256

  2. 25,600

  3. 250,600


Correct Option: A

When it comes to designing web pages, it is imperative to use colors that most monitors can safely display. How many colors are cosidered web-safe?

  1. 256

  2. 216

  3. 256,000

  4. 17,000,000


Correct Option: B

AI Explanation

To answer this question, you need to understand the concept of web-safe colors. Web-safe colors refer to a set of colors that can be accurately displayed on most computer monitors and web browsers.

Option A) 256 - This option is incorrect. While there are 256 possible values for each primary color (red, green, and blue) in the RGB color model, not all combinations of these values are web-safe.

Option B) 216 - This option is correct. The web-safe color palette consists of 216 colors, which are created by using only 6 values (0, 51, 102, 153, 204, and 255) for each primary color (red, green, and blue) in the RGB color model. These 216 colors were chosen to ensure that they can be accurately displayed on most monitors.

Option C) 256,000 - This option is incorrect. While there are 256 possible values for each primary color in the RGB color model, the total number of possible colors is calculated by multiplying the number of values for each primary color. In this case, it would be 256 x 256 x 256 = 16,777,216.

Option D) 17,000,000 - This option is incorrect. The total number of possible colors in the RGB color model is 16,777,216, as explained in the previous option.

The correct answer is B) 216. This option is correct because the web-safe color palette consists of 216 colors that can be accurately displayed on most computer monitors and web browsers.

  1. What You Saw Is What You Got

  2. What You See is What You Get

  3. What You Seen is What You Gotten

  4. What You Sew is What You Get


Correct Option: B

When you are hyperlinking to a page WITHIN your website, it is better to use which linking style?

  1. Absolute URL (http://www.site.com/directory/page.htm)

  2. Relative URL (../directory/page.htm)


Correct Option: B

There are times when you want a link to another website to open in a separate window. Which scenario best fits?

  1. Have another window open making it easier for the user to surf the linked website

  2. Keep my website in the original window so the user will come back to it

  3. Be sure that the user has JavaScript enabled in their browser


Correct Option: B

AI Explanation

To answer this question, you need to understand the purpose and behavior of opening links in a separate window.

Option A) Have another window open making it easier for the user to surf the linked website - This option is incorrect because opening a link in a separate window does not necessarily make it easier for the user to surf the linked website. It depends on the user's preference and their browsing habits.

Option B) Keep my website in the original window so the user will come back to it - This option is correct because opening a link in a separate window allows the user to visit the linked website while keeping the original website open in the original window. This ensures that the user can easily return to the original website after exploring the linked website.

Option C) Be sure that the user has JavaScript enabled in their browser - This option is incorrect because opening a link in a separate window does not directly relate to ensuring that the user has JavaScript enabled in their browser. The behavior of opening links in a separate window can be achieved without JavaScript.

The correct answer is B) Keep my website in the original window so the user will come back to it. This option is correct because opening a link in a separate window allows the user to explore the linked website while keeping the original website accessible in the original window.

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