Millions of us visit Web pages every single day. Whether it's to check e-mail, check the news or read our friends' blogs, Web pages are the integral part of the Internet. But how exactly does a Web page work?
What is a markup language?
- Numbers that respond to a browser's request for a Web page
- The combination of letters and numbers that make up the address displayed on the top of your browser.
- A computer language that describes how text should be formatted on your browser
What does a Web browser do?
- Requests, interprets and displays Web pages
- Works as a tool to design Web pages
- Delivers Web pages
What is a Web server?
- Special code that tells a browser how to display text
- Software that responds to a browser's request
- A human that keeps up with Web surfers' constant demands by manually sending Web sites back to browsers
An HTML tag is:
- A bit of code that tells a Web browser what to do with text
- The link you click on when you want to go to another Web page
- A special badge Web developers wear
Which of the following is not a program used to create Web pages?
- Adobe AIR
What keystroke is used to close an HTML tag?
- A quote mark (")
- A backward slash (\)
- A forward slash (/)
What does the <br> tag do?
- Creates a break between one line and another
- Turns the color of text brown
- Breaks text into rows
What's one way to indent text in HTML?
- Use the <p> tag
- Use the "Tab" button on your keyboard in your simple text file
- Use five &nbsp; codes before the text you want to indent
How do you create a link on a Web page?
- Use <link> around the URL
- Use an anchor tag
- Write the Web site's URL out in the simple text file, without any tags
How do you add an image to a Web page?
- Use the <img src> tag
- Use the <img> tag
- Insert the desired image into the simple text file