Multiple Choice Questions
A tooltip in the title attribute can only be used on images.
What tag would you use to emphasize some text?
Which of the following is a non-semantic tag?
Which of the following is not among "Best practices"?
Attributes are used to add extra info to a tag, like a unique identifier.
If you have a mistake in your HTML code, the browser will:
Why should you use semantic elements in your Web page?
What’s the best way to ensure that your picture will display correctly?
You are designing a Web page to store your grandmother's recipes. Each recipe should be enclosed in a section element.
The HTML structure of a document is a tree. True or false?
Which of the following is not used to create a Web page?
Different documents can be linked together using which one of these elements?
The anchor element is the same as the < link > tag.
If you want to indicate that a large passage of text is an exact quotation, what tag would you use?
What do you use to split multiple classnames in the 'class' attributes?
What is the output for the code below? <h1>This is a heading & it is the "biggest" one in this page>/h1<
HTML tags are case sensitive.
Since HTML5 ignores white space, a tag can be spelled with spaces in it, i.e. "ht ml"
Setting the size for an image must always be done using the 'height' and 'width' attributes.
Which semantic element has content that should be expanded to view?
The closing tag for image is .
Let's consider a space, or a tab or a carriage return. What are each of them referred to?
Which of the following is a valid value following best practice for the id attribute?
All browsers support all attributes.
Which of the following statements about global attributes is true?
What is the first character after a "<" in a closing tag?
Which is the correct nesting of these elements?
Semantic elements, like article and section, don't use attributes.
What is the difference between HTML and HTTP?
What does the 'alt' attribute do?
<p id="greeting" class="hello world">This is me greeting the world</p>Which of the following is the correct behavior with respect to the code above?
Elements are the same as tags.
What will happen if you fail to follow a "best practice"?
What doctype is used for HTML5 documents?
If I told you that an open tag looked like this: <div id='mydiv' class='myclass'>, what would the closing tag look like?
< a href="https://w3.org" target="_blank" >W3C< /a > What does the code above do?
What does the 'M' in HTML5 stand for?
<span> should be used anytime you want to make inline changes
You can have multiple header and footer elements in your Web page.
You do need a connection to the Internet to test your HTML code.
< p id="intro">Hi! My name is Alex and I love to cook.< /p > Unlike most attributes, the id of an element should be:
What is the difference between Internet and Web?
How many elements should your document have?
The main reason the Internet was created was to support the World Wide Web
Who does semantic elements not benefit?
The non-global attribute ‘size’ can only be applied to one tag.
HTML tags and HTML elements the same thing. True or false?
All headings should be used within the header element.
The 'mailto:' protocol in the href attribute can validate the email address provided.
<!-- If this line were in your code, would you see it on your Web page? -->
What does character encoding do?
Can some elements contain other elements?
The term hypertext means:
<....> You need to leave immediately. Your office is bugged! <....> Which of the following tags should be used in this case?
You need to use both height and width attributes to shrink your image by half.
A 'ul' element isn't very useful unless it contains what kind of tags?
What is the last tag in a well-behaved html file?
If you want to have the largest heading possible, which kind of tag you would use?
Suppose you have a small image that looks like a warning sign - ⚠. You want to place it near a particular paragraph on your Web page. Should you use an tag for the warning sign, or should you add it via CSS commands?
Images can be added to your Web page in more than one way.
Which is the required attributes in an image tag?
Which of the following image paths follow the best practice for a relative URL?
A ul element wouldn't be terribly useful unless it contained one or more of these elements:
Which of these HTML fragments would render differently from the others?
You can use either ' (single quote) or " (double quote) to denote a string.
<ol id="student-male" class="primary" start="10"></ol><ol start="10" class="primary" id="student-male"></ol> Both tags will give the same output. The order in which the attributes are specified in the opening tag does not matter.
One of the functions of the 'alt' attribute is to provide information about the image to assistive technologies and search engines.
What are the little bits of text that surround elements in an html file?
What is the purpose of your download attribute's value in a hyperlink?
Is it valid to have a paragraph element inside the < head > tag?
The primary purpose of HTML is to assist formatting of text.
What is the purpose of the semantic element < mark >?
Which tag will you use to convey importance in your text?
The anchor element is only used to link from one page to another.
The extension of the file name is not needed for 'download' attribute's value.
If you have an image you want to add as a background to your Web page, your 'alt' attribute's value should be:
The <p> tag is used to denote:
If your editor saves in a variety of formats, which of the following should you be sure to use for your Web page?
Which attribute do you use when you want to provide more information about a complicated image?
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