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Dreamweaver Chapter 2 Study



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

 1. 

The process of developing a Web page requires several steps.
 

 2. 

To ensure that all links work correctly and are current, you need to test them regularly.
 

 3. 

Too many text blocks, links, and images in a Web page can be distracting.
 

 4. 

You should consider leaving some white space on each Web page.
 

 5. 

Due to the availability of high speed Internet connections today, it is acceptable for a Web page to take a long time to load.
 

 6. 

You should use multimedia elements only if you have a good reason to do so.
 

 7. 

A simple Web site that works well is far superior to a complex one that contains errors.
 

 8. 

A Web page is composed of two distinct sections: the head and the content.
 

 9. 

Page titles are not to be confused with filenames, the name used to store each file on the server.
 

 10. 

Netscape developed the first Web-safe color palette in 2000.
 

 11. 

Continuous Tone is the default color palette in Dreamweaver.
 

 12. 

The head of a Web page contains only page content that is visible in the browser.
 

 13. 

The background color should complement the colors used for text, links, and graphics that are placed on the page.
 

 14. 

To ensure that viewers do not get lost in your Web site, make sure you design all the pages with a consistent look and feel.
 

 15. 

You can use templates to maintain a common look for each page in a Web site.
 

 16. 

Many search engines display page titles and descriptions in their search results.
 

 17. 

When adding keywords, you should not worry about the order in which they are listed.
 

 18. 

Each pair of characters in the hexadecimal value of a color represents the cyan, magenta, yellow and black values.
 

 19. 

To import text from a Microsoft Word file, you use the Import Word Document command.
 

 20. 

Fonts are displayed the same on both a Windows and Macintosh computer.
 

 21. 

It is easier to read text on a computer screen than on a printout.
 

 22. 

Using fonts within the default settings is wise, as fonts set outside the default settings may not be available on all viewers’ computers.
 

 23. 

Browsers display text formatted as headings in italics, setting them off from paragraphs of text.
 

 24. 

When you choose a name for a Web page, you should use a descriptive name that reflects the contents of the page.
 

 25. 

You should name the home page of a Web site home.html.
 

 26. 

When necessary, you should add spaces in the filenames of Web pages to make the names more readable.
 

 27. 

You should never use a number for the first character of a filename.
 

 28. 

To ensure that everything will load properly on all platforms, including UNIX, you should assume the filenames are case-sensitive and use uppercase characters.
 

 29. 

Some people consider sans-serif fonts easier to read in printed material.
 

 30. 

Many designers feel that a sans-serif font is preferable when the content of a Web site is primarily intended to be read on the screen.
 

 31. 

In Dreamweaver, an ampersand (&) after the filename in the title bar indicates that you have altered the page since you last saved it.
 

 32. 

You can drag the slider on the left side of the History panel to undo or redo steps.
 

 33. 

By default, the History panel records 100 steps.
 

 34. 

You should always set the number of steps the History panel records to 250 or more.
 

 35. 

A JavaScript function is a block of code that adds dynamic content such as rollovers or interactive forms to a Web page.
 

 36. 

After typing in the Code Inspector, you must refresh your changes to see them.
 

 37. 

The best way to test a Web page is to preview it in a browser window to make sure that all text and graphic elements appear the way you expect them to.
 

 38. 

The most common screen size that designers use today is 1024 x 768.
 

 39. 

The 640 x 480 window size is not used by many viewers today.
 

 40. 

You should test your pages using different browsers and a wide variety of screen sizes and resolutions to ensure the best view of your page by all types of computer equipment.
 

 41. 

Some page elements such as fonts, colors, table borders, layers, and horizontal rules may not appear consistently in both Windows and Macintosh platforms.
 

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

 42. 

The ____ content of a Web page contains information used by search engines to help viewers find your Web site.
a.
body
b.
html
c.
head
d.
meta data
 

 43. 

The ____ of a Web page includes the page title that is displayed in the title bar of the browser and some important page elements that are not visible in the browser.
a.
meta tags
b.
keywords
c.
head content
d.
body
 

 44. 

Meta tags are read by screen readers and are also used to provide the server information such as the ____ rating for the page.
a.
ICS
b.
PICS
c.
PICT
d.
Web
 

 45. 

____ is a rating system for Web pages that is similar to rating systems used for movies.
a.
Meta tags
b.
MDI
c.
PICT
d.
PICS
 

 46. 

Dreamweaver has ____ Web-safe color palette(s).
a.
one
b.
two
c.
three
d.
four
 

 47. 

Dreamweaver’s Web-safe color palettes contain ____ Web-safe colors.
a.
64
b.
128
c.
216
d.
256
 

 48. 

Dreamweaver’s ____ palette is a Web-safe palette.
a.
RGB
b.
Contiguous Tone
c.
Grayscale
d.
Color Cubes
 

 49. 

The ____ color is the color that fills the entire Web page.
a.
main
b.
fill
c.
foreground
d.
background
 

 50. 

____ is not one of the color palettes available in Dreamweaver.
a.
Continuous Tone
b.
RGB
c.
Grayscale
d.
Mac OS
 

 51. 

____ is one of the color palettes available in Dreamweaver.
a.
Windows OS
b.
RGB
c.
HSL
d.
CMYK
 

 52. 

The default color for visited links, or links that have been previously clicked, is ____.
a.
red
b.
blue
c.
purple
d.
magenta
 

 53. 

The default color for unvisited links, or links that the viewer has not clicked yet, is ____.
a.
red
b.
blue
c.
purple
d.
magenta
 
 
nar001-1.jpg
 

 54. 

Item ____ in the figure above can be clicked to choose a color palette.
a.
1
b.
3
c.
4
d.
5
 

 55. 

Item(s) ____ in the figure above is/are (a) Web-safe palette(s).
a.
2
b.
4
c.
6
d.
8
 

 56. 

If you don’t like the color you chose, you can click on Item ____ shown in the figure above to switch back to the default color.
a.
1
b.
2
c.
3
d.
4
 
 
nar002-1.jpg
 

 57. 

Item(s) ____ in the figure above point(s) to title tags.
a.
1 and 2
b.
3
c.
5
d.
6
 

 58. 

Item(s) ____ in the figure above point(s) to keyword tags.
a.
1 and 2
b.
3
c.
5
d.
6
 

 59. 

Item(s) ____ in the figure above point(s) to description tags.
a.
1 and 2
b.
3
c.
5
d.
6
 

 60. 

The hexadecimal value of white is ____.
a.
000000
b.
FF00FF
c.
FFF000
d.
FFFFFF
 

 61. 

The hexadecimal number system is based on ____.
a.
2
b.
8
c.
10
d.
16
 

 62. 

In the hexadecimal system, “A” represents the number ____.
a.
10
b.
11
c.
14
d.
15
 

 63. 

A font ____ is a set of three fonts that specify which fonts a browser should use to display the text of your Web page.
a.
combination
b.
set
c.
list
d.
arrangement
 

 64. 

Heading ____ is the largest heading format size.
a.
0
b.
1
c.
5
d.
6
 

 65. 

Heading ____ is the smallest heading format size.
a.
0
b.
1
c.
5
d.
6
 

 66. 

Which of the following is not a forbidden character for filenames of Web pages?
a.
*
b.
&
c.
^
d.
_
 

 67. 

The HTML code for a Heading 4 tag is ____.
a.
<4>
b.
<heading4>
c.
<h4>
d.
<h type=“4”>
 

 68. 

When the paragraph is centered, the HTML code align=“center” is added to the ____ tag.
a.
<pg>
b.
<paragraph>
c.
<par>
d.
<p>
 

 69. 

____ is an example of a sans-serif font.
a.
Times New Roman
b.
Times
c.
Helvetica
d.
Georgia
 

 70. 

____ is an example of a serif font.
a.
Verdana
b.
Arial
c.
Helvetica
d.
Georgia
 

 71. 

A good rule of thumb is to limit each Web site to no more than ____ font variations.
a.
one
b.
two
c.
three
d.
four
 

 72. 

The default text size of a navigation bar is ____.
a.
1
b.
2
c.
3
d.
4
 

 73. 

The ____ panel records each editing and formatting task performed and displays them in a list in the order in which they were completed.
a.
Actions
b.
History
c.
Tasks
d.
Task list
 

 74. 

A ____ is a line used to separate page elements or to organize information on a page.
a.
line
b.
horizontal rule
c.
segment
d.
stripe
 

 75. 

You can press ____ to display the Code Inspector.
a.
[C]
b.
[F10]
c.
[Ctrl][Shift][C]
d.
[Tab]
 

 76. 

The Web TV window size is ____.
a.
536 x 196
b.
544 x 378
c.
600 x 300
d.
640 x 480
 

 77. 

The ____ window setting is used on 15-inch monitors and some 17-inch monitors.
a.
640 x 480
b.
800 x 600
c.
1024 x 768
d.
1400 x 1050
 

 78. 

The window size of a maximized browser window in a 640 x 480 monitor is ____.
a.
536 x 196
b.
544 x 378
c.
600 x 300
d.
640 x 480
 

 79. 

To open the Code Inspector you can click on “Code Inspector” in the ____ menu on the menu bar.
a.
Window
b.
Commands
c.
Modify
d.
Site
 

 80. 

To open the History panel you can click on “History” in the ____ menu on the menu bar.
a.
Window
b.
Commands
c.
Modify
d.
Site
 

 81. 

To clean up Word HTML, you can click on “Clean Up Word HTML” in the ____ menu on the menu bar.
a.
Window
b.
Commands
c.
Modify
d.
Site
 

Completion
Complete each statement.
 

 82. 

____________________, which is not necessarily white, is the area on a Web page that contains no text or graphics.
 

 

 83. 

Too many ____________________ elements, such as graphics, video clips, or sounds, may result in a page that takes too much time to load.
 

 

 84. 

Viewers of a Web site should always be able to find their way back to the ____________________ page.
 

 

 85. 

You should make sure the ____________________ structure of your Web site is easy to use.
 

 

 86. 

Consistency in the use of color and fonts, the placement of the navigation links, and the overall page design gives a Web site a unified look and promotes greater ease-of-use and ____________________.
 

 

 87. 

____________________ pages make the task of applying a consistent theme throughout a Web site much easier.
 

 

 88. 

____________________ are HTML codes that include information about the page, such as keywords and descriptions.
 

 

 89. 

PICS is the acronym for ____________________.
 

 

 90. 

____________________ are words that relate to the content of the Web site.
 

 

 91. 

A(n) ____________________ is a short paragraph that describes the content and features of the Web site.
 

 

 92. 

The ____________________ of a Web page is the part of the page that appears in a browser window.
 

 

 93. 

A strong ____________________ between the text color and the background color makes it easier for viewers to read the text on your Web page.
 

 

 94. 

In Dreamweaver, unvisited links are simply called ____________________.
 

 

 95. 

You change the background color, text, and link colors using the color picker in the ____________________ dialog box.
 

 

 96. 

Many design decisions are implemented through the use of ____________________, or CSS.
 

 

 97. 

You can change the page title using the Title text box on the ____________________ toolbar.
 

 

 98. 

____________________ are Web pages that contain the basic layout for each page in the site, including the location of a company logo or a menu of buttons.
 

 

 99. 

Some buttons on the Insert bar include a(n) ____________________ indicating that there is a menu of choices beneath the current button.
 

 

 100. 

You should keep your keywords and description short and concise to ensure that all ____________________ will include your site.
 

 
 
nar002-1.jpg
 

 101. 

Item ____________________ in the figure above points to the opening HTML tag.
 

 

 102. 

Item ____________________ in the figure above points to the head tag.
 

 

 103. 

Each color is assigned a(n) ____________________ value, a value that represents the amount of red, green, and blue present in the color.
 

 

 104. 

Because the ____________________ number system includes only numbers up to 9, values after 9 use the letters of the alphabet.
 

 

 105. 

You can view all Dreamweaver keyboard shortcuts using the ____________________ dialog box, which lets you view existing shortcuts for menu commands, tools, or miscellaneous functions, such as copying HTML or inserting an image.
 

 

 106. 

To apply formatting to text, you first select the text you want to enhance, and then use the ____________________ to apply formatting attributes, such as font type, size, color, alignment, and indents.
 

 

 107. 

To create bold text, use the HTML tag ____________________.
 

 

 108. 

To underline text, use the HTML code ____________________.
 

 

 109. 

Always use the ____________________ command after importing a Word file.
 

 

 110. 

____________________ fonts are block-style characters that are often used for headings and subheadings.
 

 

 111. 

____________________ fonts contain small extra strokes at the beginning and end of the characters.
 

 

 112. 

____________________ links are links that cannot find their intended destinations.
 

 

 113. 

A common point of contact is a(n) ____________________ link, which is an e-mail address that viewers with questions or problems can use to contact someone at the company’s headquarters.
 

 

 114. 

A(n) ____________________ is an area on a Web page that contains links to the main pages of a Web site.
 

 

 115. 

Each task listed in the History panel is called a(n) ____________________.
 

 

 116. 

A(n) ____________________ is a special effect that changes the appearance of an object when the mouse “rolls over” it.
 

 
 
nar003-1.jpg
 

 117. 

The figure above shows part of the ____________________ panel.
 

 

 118. 

The ____________________ feature forces text to stay within the confines of the Code Inspector window, allowing you to read without scrolling sideways.
 

 

 119. 

____________________ can provide helpful information describing portions of the code, such as a JavaScript function.
 

 

 120. 

You can create comments in any Dreamweaver view, but you must turn on ____________________ to see them in Design view.
 

 

 121. 

To view the Head Content of a Web document, you can click on “Head Content” in the ____________________ menu on the menu bar.
 

 

 122. 

To open the Page Properties dialog box, you can click on “Page Properties” in the ____________________ menu on the menu bar.
 

 

Essay
 

 123. 

What are Web safe colors? Should you use them? Explain.
 

 124. 

How can you make pages accessible to viewers of all abilities?
 

 125. 

What are two ways to change the size of text using the Property Inspector? Explain.
 

 126. 

What are comments and how can you create them?
 

 127. 

Should you use “Under construction” Web pages? Explain.
 

 128. 

What kind of design principles can you apply to Web layouts?
 



 
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