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Study Guide Questions

1.     What is a "web site"?
2.     Web pages are created by using a computer language called "_________________________."
3.     For what do the letters "html" stand?
4.     Web sites can be accessed by people all over the world. True or false?
5.     What are some other names that refer to the "World Wide Web"?
6.     A "browser" is a type of ___________________________ that locates and displays web pages.
7.     What is a "search engine"?
8.     What term is used to describe a group of interconnected web pages?
9.     A "home page" is the ________________________________ of a web site.
10.     The act of creating a web page is sometimes called "________________________________."
11.     The person in charge of a web site is the "________________________________."
12.     A basic component of the structure of a web page is a(n) "____________________________."
13.     Images that you see on a web site are "______________________________."
14.     What are two file formats for images on the Internet?
15.     "GIF" is a format used for file ______________________________________.
16.     JPEG files can contain more than _______________________________________ colors.
17.     A(n) "__________________________" is used to mark an element within a web page's html.
18.     For what are "tags" used?
19.     "________________________" are the connections from one web page to another.
20.     Links that appear as words are called "______________________________."
21.     Links that appear as graphics are called "______________________________."
22.     "HTTP" means "_____________________________________________."
23.     "HTTP" is used to ___________________________ and ___________________________ hypertext documents.
24.     A computer that allows Internet access is called a(n) "___________________________________."
25.     The act of transferring html documents from your computer to a server is called "_____________________________________________."
26.     What basic equipment must you have in order to design a web page?
27.     On a Macintosh computer, web pages can be created by using "__________________________."
28.     What software will allow you to see how your web page looks, as you're creating it?
29.     What three things does a good web strategy consider?
30.     What three kinds of books should be handy when you're creating a web page?
31.     Every html document contains certain standard lines of _________________________________.
32.     Browsers are programmed according to _________________________________________.
33.     What are the "required tags"?
34.     "Tags" are not case ________________________________.
35.     How many tags are usually assigned to each element of a web page?
36.     What is the symbol for "end"?
37.     "Head" tags are placed around the document's __________________________.
38.     What is between the "body" tags?
39.     Headings are abbreviated by the letter, "_________________."
40.     In a heading tag, the larger the number, the larger the size of the text. True or false?
41.     What does the following symbol indicate?:

42.     It is to your advantage to know about as many "tags" as possible. True or false?
43.     What does the following symbol indicate?: ______________________________
44.     What does "" indicate?
45.     If "loop=false," what does this mean?
46.     If "autoplay=true," what will happen?
47.     "JavaScripts" allow for ______________________________________________.
48.     The "server" acts as a computer _________________________________________.
49.     Obtaining space for the display of your web pages is a lot like _____________________________.
50.     What prevents others from altering your web pages?
51.     Your pages can only be viewed by others when they have been ______________________________.
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