HTML and CSS Reference
3. Which of the markup languages listed below is
intended to extend the power of HTML by sepa-
rating data from presentation?
c. HTML 5
7. ____ The World Wide Web was developed to
allow companies to conduct e-commerce over the
8. ____ A URL is one type of URI.
9. ____ A domain name that ends in .net indicates
that the Web site is for a networking company.
4. What is a unique text-based Internet address cor-
responding to a computer's unique numeric IP
a. IP address
b. domain name
d. user name
Fill in the Blank
10. ____________ combines the formatting strengths
of HTML 4.0 and the data structure and extensi-
bility strengths of XML.
11. A standard language used for specifying a
markup language or tag set is ____________.
5. Which of the organizations listed below take a
proactive role in developing recommendations
and prototype technologies related to the Web?
a. World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
b. Web Professional Standards Organization
c. Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)
d. Internet Corporation for Assigned Numbers
and Names (ICANN)
12. ____________ is the set of markup symbols or
codes placed in a file intended for display on a
13. The World Wide Web was developed by an indi-
vidual working at ____________.
14. Frequently communicating by posting brief mes-
sages at a social networking site is called
True or False
15. The purpose of ____________ is to ensure the
integrity of the communication.
6. ____ Markup languages contain sets of directions
that tell the browser software how to display and
manage a Web document.
1. Create a blog to document your learning experiences as you study Web develop-
ment. Visit one of the many sites that offer free blogs, such as http://blogspot.com,
establish your own blog. Your blog could be a place to note Web sites that you find
useful or interesting. You might report on sites that contain useful Web design
resources. You might describe sites that have interesting features, such as com-
pelling graphics or easy to use navigation. Write a few sentences about the site that
you find intriguing. After you begin to develop your own sites, you could include
the URLs and reasons for your design decisions. Share this blog with your fellow
students and friends. Display your page in a browser and print the page. Hand in
the printout to your instructor.