XHTML Quiz 2
|Description: XHTML Quiz 2
|Number of Questions: 12
|Created by: Aliensbrain Bot
What does the term XHTML stand for?
What is the DTD?
Which of the statments are true?
Which of the statements are false?
To answer this question, let's go through each statement:
A. XHTML documents are not parsed in the browser before display - This statement is false. XHTML documents are parsed in the browser before display. The browser reads the XHTML code and interprets it to render the web page.
B. XHTML is parsed with a DTD - This statement is true. DTD stands for Document Type Definition, and it defines the structure and rules for an XML-based document like XHTML. XHTML documents are parsed using the DTD specified in the Doctype Declaration.
C. The Doctype Declaration indicates to the parser which DTD to use - This statement is true. The Doctype Declaration in an XHTML document specifies which DTD the document conforms to. This helps the parser understand the rules and structure of the document.
D. XHTML syntax needs to be well-formed - This statement is true. XHTML is a stricter version of HTML that follows the rules of XML syntax. This means that XHTML documents need to be well-formed, which includes closing all tags, using lowercase tag names, and properly nesting elements.
The false statement is: A. XHTML documents are not parsed in the browser before display.
So, the correct answer is A.
What statement makes the most sense?
To answer this question, you need to have a basic understanding of XHTML and HTML.
Option A) XHTML is more advanced than HTML - This option is correct. XHTML (Extensible Hypertext Markup Language) is a stricter and more advanced version of HTML (Hypertext Markup Language). It follows stricter syntax rules and is based on XML (eXtensible Markup Language).
Option B) HTML and XHTML are both the same language - This option is incorrect. While HTML and XHTML share many similarities, they are not the same language. XHTML is a stricter and more advanced version of HTML.
Option C) XML and XHTML are written in the same manner - This option is incorrect. While XML (eXtensible Markup Language) and XHTML are both based on similar principles, they are not written in the same manner. XML is a markup language that defines a set of rules for encoding documents, while XHTML is a markup language that follows the syntax rules of XML.
Option D) HTML will load faster than XHTML in most cases - This option is incorrect. The loading speed of a webpage depends on various factors such as file size, server response time, and network speed. The choice between HTML and XHTML is not a significant factor in determining the loading speed of a webpage.
The correct answer is A) XHTML is more advanced than HTML. This option is correct because XHTML is indeed a stricter and more advanced version of HTML.
Which statment makes the least sense?
To answer this question, we need to evaluate each statement to determine which one makes the least sense:
Option A) "HTML will still be the choice of most professional web developers for many years to come" - This statement makes sense because HTML is a widely-used markup language and is likely to remain popular among web developers in the future.
Option B) "XHTML will replace most of the HTML pages on the internet" - This statement is plausible because XHTML is an extended version of HTML that offers stricter syntax rules and compatibility with XML.
Option C) "XHTML is a replacement for HTML" - This statement is accurate because XHTML is designed to replace HTML by providing stricter syntax rules and improved compatibility with XML.
Option D) "HTML causes a lot of problems on the internet in its current form" - This statement can be true because HTML has evolved over time, and older versions may have limitations or compatibility issues. However, it is also continuously updated to address these problems.
Based on the evaluation, Option A ("HTML will still be the choice of most professional web developers for many years to come") makes the least sense because HTML's dominance and popularity among web developers are well-established and are expected to continue in the foreseeable future.
XHTML will work best if it is Validated ?
For XHTML to function properly?
In writing XHTML ?
In writing XHTML?
What is the correct XHTML for a paragraph?
What is a correct XHTML tag for a line break?