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ASP Server Side Include

Description: ASP Server Side Include
Number of Questions: 11
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  1. Allows you to include server executed code into any ASP application.

  2. Allows you to use one file in several different web pages.

  3. Allows you to use a piece of code more than once.

  4. All of the above


Correct Option: D
  1. HTML

  2. JavaScript

  3. VBScript

  4. Perl

  5. All of the above


Correct Option: E

Changing an include file will affect all the pages that link to it such as a navigation bar. Suppose you want certain pages to display a certain navigation bar not available on other pages. Which is the BEST method to do this?

  1. Write a separate include file for those unique pages.

  2. Forget the include file. It is easier to just put the unique menu in using HTML code.

  3. Have the include file test for the type of page and then print out the correct menu.


Correct Option: C

An include file can be saved with a .asp extension.

  1. True

  2. False


Correct Option: A

An include file that contains ASP code can be saved with a .inc extension.

  1. True

  2. False


Correct Option: A
  1. At the beginning to keep the code neat and tidy.

  2. Anywhere in the code where it is actually needed.


Correct Option: A

Lets say that your include file is a piece of code that will print out your navigation menu. Where would you place the include statement?

  1. At the beginning to keep the code neat and tidy

  2. Anywhere in the code where it is actually needed.


Correct Option: B

You are working on a file called index.asp and have put in the include statement below. Where is the include file actually located on the web server? ..

  1. The include file is in the same directory as the file that is requesting it.

  2. The include file is in another directory away from the file that is requesting it.


Correct Option: A

When viewing the source code of a web page, the JavaScript code can be seen and copied; thus, the code is not secure. Since JavaScript and include statements are both written with the same HTML delimiters: , this also means that the include st

  1. True

  2. False


Correct Option: B
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