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Dreamweaver Chapter 1 Study



True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 is a Web development tool.
 

 2. 

Dreamweaver 8 lets you create dynamic, interactive Web pages.
 

 3. 

You cannot use Dreamweaver to create individual Web pages.
 

 4. 

You can use Dreamweaver to create some Web page elements such as text, tables, and interactive buttons.
 

 5. 

Files created in Dreamweaver are saved using the .mdw Macromedia proprietary file extension.
 

 6. 

You can save Dreamweaver files in many different file formats including XHTML, HTML, JavaScript, CSS, or XML to name a few.
 

 7. 

You use a browser to view your Web pages on the Internet.
 

 8. 

You cannot write XHTML code in Dreamweaver.
 

 9. 

The Standard toolbar contains buttons and drop-down menus you can use to change the current work mode, preview Web pages, debug Web pages, choose visual aids, and view file-management options.
 

 10. 

The Document toolbar contains buttons you can use to execute frequently used commands also available on the File and Edit menus.
 

 11. 

The Standard toolbar is part of the default workspace setup.
 

 12. 

To view the contents of a panel in a panel group you should click the panel.
 

 13. 

Panel groups can be collapsed and docked on the right side of the screen, or undocked by dragging the gripper on the left side of the panel group title bar.
 

 14. 

Code view is the best view for debugging or correcting errors.
 

 15. 

The Dreamweaver Start page provides shortcuts for opening files or for creating new files or Web sites.
 

 16. 

The first Web page that appears when viewers go to a Web site is called the default page.
 

 17. 

You should add as many graphics as possible to a Web page.
 

 18. 

You can use the Property inspector to format text so that it is attractive and easy to read.
 

 19. 

Flash button objects are Flash objects that can be created in Dreamweaver that can serve as links to other files or Web pages.
 

 20. 

To view the code for a particular page element, select the page element in Design view, then click the Show Code view button.
 

 21. 

Creating a Web site is a complex process.
 

 22. 

Designing is probably the most important part of any successful project.
 

 23. 

Once you complete the planning phase, you need to set up the structure of the site by creating a storyboard.
 

 24. 

A flowchart is a small sketch that represents every page in a Web site.
 

 25. 

You should sketch a storyboard using a pencil and paper.
 

 26. 

After you create a root folder, you need to define your Web site.
 

 27. 

A page with too many graphical elements might take a long time to load, which could cause visitors to leave your Web site.
 

 28. 

Each time you make a change, such as adding a new button or graphic to a page, you should test the site again.
 

 29. 

It is unacceptable to use uppercase letters in the site name.
 

 30. 

After you create the assets folder, it is a good idea to set it as the default location to store the Web site images.
 

 31. 

It is not a good idea to create subfolders within the assets folder.
 

 32. 

The assets page of a Web site is the first page that viewers see when they visit your Web site.
 

 33. 

The home page filename usually has the name home.html (.htm).
 

 34. 

When you save a file, you must include the .html extension, as Dreamweaver will not add it.
 

 35. 

If you create a new file using the File menu or the Start page, the filename extension will be added automatically.
 

 36. 

If you create a new file in the Files panel the extension will be added automatically.
 

 37. 

You can use the site map feature to help you keep track of the relationships between pages in a Web site.
 

 38. 

The page title should reflect the page content and set the tone for the page.
 

 39. 

It is very helpful to include a graphic of the site map in a Web site to help viewers understand the navigation structure of the site.
 

 40. 

PNG files are supported by older versions of browsers.
 

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 41. 

____ is the current standard language used to create Web pages.
a.
HTML
b.
DHTML
c.
XHTML
d.
XML
 

 42. 

You can use the ____ panel to create folders to organize and store the various files for your Web site, and to add pages to your Web site.
a.
Files
b.
Application
c.
CSS
d.
Dreamweaver
 

 43. 

The ____ is a graphical representation of how the pages within a Web site relate to each other.
a.
File panel
b.
home page
c.
navigation structure
d.
site map
 

 44. 

The ____ is the large white area in the Dreamweaver program window where you create and edit Web pages.
a.
menu bar
b.
document window
c.
Insert bar
d.
Document toolbar
 

 45. 

The ____ is located above the document window.
a.
menu bar
b.
document window
c.
Insert bar
d.
Document toolbar
 

 46. 

The ____ includes eight groups of buttons displayed in a drop-down menu.
a.
menu bar
b.
document window
c.
Insert bar
d.
Document toolbar
 

 47. 

The ____ toolbar contains buttons that can be used to render different media types.
a.
Document
b.
Standard
c.
Style Rendering
d.
Coding
 

 48. 

The ____ toolbar contains buttons that are used when working directly in the code.
a.
Document
b.
Standard
c.
Style Rendering
d.
Coding
 

 49. 

The ____ is located below the document window.
a.
status bar
b.
Property inspector
c.
Insert bar
d.
Menu bar
 

 50. 

The left end of the status bar displays the ____.
a.
Insert bar
b.
tag selector
c.
Property inspector
d.
Multiple Document Interface
 

 51. 

The ____ tool is used for page editing.
a.
Hand
b.
Zoom
c.
Select
d.
Edit
 

 52. 

The ____ tool is used for panning.
a.
Hand
b.
Zoom
c.
Select
d.
Edit
 

 53. 

The ____ tool is used for magnifying.
a.
Hand
b.
Zoom
c.
Select
d.
Edit
 

 54. 

A ____ is a particular way of displaying page content.
a.
panel
b.
home page
c.
navigation structure
d.
view
 

 55. 

____ view shows the page as it would appear in a browser and is primarily used for designing and creating a Web page.
a.
Code and Design
b.
Code
c.
Debugging
d.
Design
 

 56. 

____ view shows the underlying HTML code for the page, but not how it will look on a browser.
a.
Code and Design
b.
Code
c.
Debugging
d.
Design
 

 57. 

The Coding toolbar is available only in ____ view.
a.
Code and Design
b.
Code
c.
Debugging
d.
Design
 

 58. 

Most information on a Web page is presented in the form of ____.
a.
graphics
b.
links
c.
banners
d.
text
 

 59. 

____ are graphic or text elements on a Web page that users click to display another location on the page, another Web page on the same Web site, or a Web page on a different Web site.
a.
Maps
b.
Links
c.
Banners
d.
Forms
 

 60. 

____ are graphics displayed across the top of the screen that can incorporate a company’s logo, contact information, and links to the other pages in the site.
a.
Image maps
b.
Links
c.
Banners
d.
Navigation bars
 

 61. 

____ contain multiple links that are usually organized in rows or columns.
a.
Image maps
b.
Forms
c.
Banners
d.
Navigation bars
 

 62. 

____ are graphics that have been divided into sections, each of which contains a link.
a.
Image maps
b.
Links
c.
Banners
d.
Navigation bars
 

 63. 

The ____ tab of the Help window lets you view topics in alphabetical order.
a.
Content
b.
Index
c.
Search
d.
Favorites
 

 64. 

The ____ tab of the Help window lists Dreamweaver Help topics by category.
a.
Content
b.
Index
c.
Search
d.
Favorites
 

 65. 

You can use the ____ tab of the Help window to bookmark topics that you might want to view later.
a.
Content
b.
Index
c.
Search
d.
Favorites
 

 66. 

The ____ tab of the Help window lets you enter a keyword to search for a specific topic.
a.
Content
b.
Index
c.
Search
d.
Favorites
 

 67. 

____ a Web site means that you transfer all the files for the site to a Web server.
a.
Pushing
b.
Publishing
c.
Distributing
d.
Finishing
 

 68. 

____ is the process of uploading and downloading files to and from a remote site.
a.
FTP
b.
Publishing
c.
Pushing
d.
HTTP
 

 69. 

A(n) ____ address is an assigned series of numbers, separated by periods, that designate an address on the Internet.
a.
MAC
b.
physical
c.
IP
d.
Internet
 

 70. 

____ is the default document type when you install Dreamweaver.
a.
XHTML 1.0 Transitional
b.
HTML 1.0 Transitional
c.
HTML 1.1 Transitional
d.
HTML 1.1
 

 71. 

____ is not one of the menus available in the menu bar of Dreamweaver.
a.
Modify
b.
Text
c.
Commands
d.
Application
 
 
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 72. 

Item 1 above is the ____.
a.
Tag Inspector
b.
Property Inspector
c.
Coding toolbar
d.
Code view
 

 73. 

Item ____ above is the Src text box.
a.
2
b.
3
c.
4
d.
7
 

 74. 

Item ____ above is the Browse for File icon.
a.
2
b.
5
c.
6
d.
7
 

 75. 

In the site map, files that are ____ are being used by other team members.
a.
locked
b.
checked out
c.
shared
d.
open
 

 76. 

Windows users should save a site map as ____ if they want to use it for printing.
a.
BMP
b.
PNG
c.
PICT
d.
JPG
 

 77. 

Macintosh users should save a site map as ____ if they want to use it for printing.
a.
BMP
b.
PNG
c.
PICT
d.
JPG
 

 78. 

Macintosh users should save a site map as ____ if they want to insert it on a Web page.
a.
BMP
b.
PNG
c.
PICT
d.
JPG
 

 79. 

Windows users should save a site map as ____ if they want to insert it on a Web page.
a.
BMP
b.
PNG
c.
PICT
d.
JPG
 
 
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 80. 

Item ____ above can be clicked to hide all panels.
a.
1
b.
2
c.
3
d.
4
 

Completion
Complete each statement.
 

 81. 

A(n) ____________________ is a group of related Web pages that are linked together and share a common interface and design.
 

 

 82. 

In Dreamweaver you can ____________________ elements from other software programs.
 

 

 83. 

XHTML is the acronym for _________________________.
 

 

 84. 

_________________________ is no longer considered the standard language to create Web pages.
 

 

 85. 

HTML stands for _________________________.
 

 

 86. 

A(n) ____________________ is a program, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape Communicator, that lets you display HTML-developed Web pages.
 

 

 87. 

The ____________________ is the first page that viewers will see when they visit a Web site.
 

 

 88. 

You can use the ____________________ map to view and edit the navigation structure of your Web site.
 

 

 89. 

The ____________________ structure is the way viewers navigate from page to page in your Web site.
 

 

 90. 

The Dreamweaver ____________________ is designed to provide you with easy access to all the tools you need to create Web pages.
 

 

 91. 

Directly below the menu bar is the ____________________ bar.
 

 

 92. 

The Coding toolbar is available only in ____________________ view and appears vertically in the document window.
 

 

 93. 

The ____________________, located at the bottom of the Dreamweaver window, lets you view and change the properties of a selected object.
 

 

 94. 

The ____________________ shows the HTML tags used at the insertion point location.
 

 

 95. 

A(n) ____________________ is a window that displays information on a particular topic or contains related commands.
 

 

 96. 

Panels can be opened using the Window menu commands or the corresponding ____________________.
 

 

 97. 

The _________________________ means that all document windows and panels are positioned within one large application window.
 

 
 
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 98. 

Item ____________________ in the figure above is the expander arrow.
 

 

 99. 

Item ____________________ in the figure above can be dragged to undock or “float” the panel group.
 

 

 100. 

Item ____________________ in the figure above is the application panel group.
 

 

 101. 

The ____________________ sets the look and feel of the Web site and directs viewers to the rest of the pages in the Web site.
 

 

 102. 

When questions or problems arise, you can use the commands on the ____________________ menu to find the answers you need.
 

 

 103. 

When using the search feature of the Help window, if you place the keywords in ____________________, Dreamweaver shows only the topics that contain the exact phrase.
 

 

 104. 

To start ____________________ your Web site, you need to create a checklist of questions and answers about the site.
 

 

 105. 

Because of the public demand for “instant” information, your plan should include not just how to get the site up and running, but how to keep it ____________________.
 

 

 106. 

The ____________________ folder stores all the Web pages or HTML files for the site.
 

 

 107. 

In the ____________________ folder you store all of the files that are not Web pages, such as images and video clips.
 

 

 108. 

When you ____________________ a Web site, the root folder and any folders and files it contains appear in the Files panel, the panel you use to manage your Web site’s files and folders.
 

 

 109. 

Modifying and ____________________ pages in a Web site is an ongoing process.
 

 

 110. 

A(n) ____________________ is a Web address that is expressed in letters instead of numbers and usually reflects the name of the business represented by the Web site.
 

 

 111. 

URL stands for ____________________.
 

 

 112. 

A(n) ____________________ is a Web server that hosts Web sites and is not directly connected to the computer housing the local site.
 

 

 113. 

Once a site is published to a remote server, it is called a(n) ____________________.
 

 

 114. 

A(n) ____________________ is a graphical representation of the Web pages in a Web site.
 

 

 115. 

The ____________________ text box in the Property inspector displays the current location of the selected object.
 

 

 116. 

When you view a Web page in a browser, its page title is displayed in the browser window ____________________.
 

 

 117. 

You can drag the border between the two panes on the screen to ____________________ them.
 

 
 
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 118. 

Item ____________________ in the figure above is the View list arrow.
 

 

 119. 

Item ____________________ in the figure above is the Site list arrow.
 

 

 120. 

Item ____________________ in the figure above can be clicked to show local and remote sites button.
 

 

Essay
 

 121. 

What are the groups of buttons displayed in the Insert bar?
 

 122. 

How can you set Dreamweaver so that it doesn’t show the Start page each time you start the application?
 

 123. 

What kinds of tests should be performed on Web pages?
 

 124. 

How can you create a new folder using the Files panel?
 

 125. 

How can you create an effective navigation structure?
 

 126. 

What is a site map and how is it useful?
 



 
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