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  1. 'http://' is the _______ of a URL
  2. The html element is the _____ element of the tree
  3. Version of HTML that preceded HTML5
  4. A free product that can convert one type of media to another
  5. Symbol often used to delimit phrases within a title tag's content
  6. Tag for creating an image on a web page
  7. W3C
  8. Image type used for high quality (many colors, gradients) where transparency is required
  9. For images that are used solely for decoration, use this attribute, which is known as a(n) ______ attribute
  10. If an ___ element links to a ____ file, the browser tries to display or play it by using the right ____ _____. To help the browser find the right one, you can use the ____ attribute to specify a ____ type
  11. To deploy (publish) a website to the Internet, you transfer your files with a(n) ____ program
  12. In addition to the required 'charset' metadata attribute, _____ and ______ attributes should be provided as well for SEO
  13. Easiest way to add audio to an HTML5 page
  14. <a> is an example of a(n) _______ element
  15. The Internet consists of many
  16. For images with useful content, always code a(n) _____ attribute that describes the image
  17. Inline element that lets you identify text that can be formatted with CSS
  18. WebKit
  19. To say that a browser "_______" supports a media type means that the browser doesn't require a plug-in for it.
  20. For browsers that don't support video or audio elements, you can ____ an object element within the video or audio element to play a ______ file
  21. Name of the '|' symbol
  22. Windows' plug-in for video
  23. Apple's plug-in for video
  24. Adobe's plug-in for video
  25. Expected year when the HTML5 standard will be 'stable'
  26. A free text editor that can be used to edit HTML or CSS code
  27. SEO
  28. Three tags for special types of text
  29. Description lists are used to list ____ and their _____
  30. Syntax for html container
  31. New _____ in HTML add semantics and structure
  32. JavaScript method (function) that places string information into the body of a web page
  33. MIME
  34. Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Internet Explorer are examples of _________
  35. Two parts of the document tree:
  36. Identify the error: <p>What's wrong now?<p>
  37. Comment structure
  38. wma
  39. Attribute values are delimited by ______
  40. '/login.html' is an example of a(n) ____ path
  41. Tag for unordered lists
  42. Three image formats supported by most browsers
  43. Description lists were called _____ lists in HTML4, but they were renamed because you can code more than one _____ element for each ____ element
  44. HTML5's new elements are a _____ of HTML 4 elements, which means older pages will continue to work in modern browsers
  45. In the code for a video element, the _____ attribute lets you specify an image file to be used as a static image in place of the video that would otherwise begin playing automatically.
  46. Attribute with the <a> tag that specifies the address you want to link to
  47. MIME type for a MP3
  48. Useful site to check a browser's current ratings
  49. To see if an HTML file passes a standard of compliance
  50. An element without content or a closing tag
  51. Attribute used to provide "tooltips" when a user hovers the mouse over the element
  52. Discover/correct problems in an HTML file
  53. Div and span elements should only be used...
  54. Write a hyperlink, nested in a paragraph, that jumps to a placeholder with an id of 'top' on the same page as the link. The link should read "Return to top"
  55. Chrome, Safari and the Android and iPhone mobile browsers are based on
  56. One of the most common media types and is also the encoding standard for audio; currently used on all Apple products
  57. Character coding that has support for many alphabets, including non-western ones
  58. As of June 2012, the 5 top browers in order from best to worst in terms of their HTML5 ratings
  59. 'images/logo.gif' is an example of a(n) ____ path
  60. MIME type for a PDF
  61. Links that jump to a location on the same page use _____, created with the ____ element with the ____ attribute
  62. Five common attributes for an image tag
  63. Ten inline elements for identifying content
  64. Software components used to 'decode' video files so they may be played
  65. The HTML for a navigation list is best coded as a series of ____ elements within the ___ elements of an ____ list
  66. WAN
  67. One of the most widely-used media types for audio
  68. If you don't specify the MIME type for a file, it will be opened in the browser's _____ media player for that media type
  69. MIME type for a MPG/MPEG
  70. Sockets, Canvas, Video, Web Workers, and Local Storage are examples of ___________ ______
  71. Birthed in 2005, this language was created to expedite web development and is central to making web pages look good on mobile devices
  72. 'codec' stands for...
  73. Approximate max number of characters in a title element
  74. A ____ is a location on a page that can be linked to
  75. Common use of a link element that provides a 'custom' feel to your web page
  76. Three common attributes for the meta tag
  77. Identify the error: <p>We <i>love the web</p></i>
  78. Command to attach an external JavaScript (called 'myscripts.js' to a web page
  79. Image type used for small illustrations and logos
  80. Prefix on a path that navigates up from a child to a parent folder
  81. Easiest way to add video to an HTML5 page
  82. Block element that lets you divide a page into divisions that can be formatted and positioned with CSS
  83. JavaScript is at least ____ times faster than it was a decade ago
  84. An unordered list is often called a(n) ____ list
  85. URL
  86. Write a hyperlink, that jumps to a placeholder with an id of 'top' on the home page of the site (assume you are not on that page now). The link should read "Return to Home"
  87. Tag used for metadata
  88. Four other HTML5 semantic elements
  89. MIME type for a WAV
  90. Five inline elements for formatting text
  91. Browser's internal representation of a web page
  92. Extension used for a custom icon
  93. '' is an example of a(n) _____ path
  94. Three common video codecs
  95. To display special characters (often those without keyboard values, such as a 'smiley'), use ____ _____
  96. Four core HTML attributes
  97. LAN
  98. Image type used for photographs and scans
  99. HTML code elements should be in _____ case except for the document type which is in _____ case
  100. Two common examples of empty tags
  101. True or false: Heading tags are the preferred way to size text.
  102. _____ refers to the qualities that make a web site accessible to users, esp disabled users
  103. Using the _____ element is a good way to display YouTube videos in your web pages
  104. Multiple attributes are separated by a(n) ______
  105. Tabs, line returns and extra spaces are ____
  106. <input type="checkbox" name="mailList" checked> In this element, 'checked' is a _____ attribute
  107. Six primary HTML5 semantic elements used for structuring a page (and are supported by the modern browsers)
  108. When you use the ____ element for media, you code all parameters as _____, not as <param> elements
  109. Tag for an item within a list (either ordered or unordered)
  110. A ___ type describes the contents of a media file and helps a browser determine what player to use to open it
  111. Character entities begin with a(n) ____ and end with a ______
  112. Making sure a page looks good on multiple browsers of various vintages
  113. 3 core technologies in HTML5
  114. The attribute used to help a screen reader pronounce words correctly
  115. API
  116. Command to establish the characters that compose a page
  117. Provides information about the contents of a web document
  118. In the command: <li>bag of apples</li> the phrase 'bag of apples' is called the _____ of the element
  119. The '#' symbol is called the _____ or ____ or ____symbol; it's fancy name is ______
  120. Fancy word to describe a code feature that has been phased out or shelved
  121. Three elements used to make descriptions lists
  122. HTML tag to code a hyperlink
  123. Tag for ordered lists
  124. Running an HTML file on all of the browsers your clients may use
  125. AAC
  126. The two main kinds of lists in HTML
  127. Expected year when the HTML5 standard will be a 'final recommendation' by the W3C
  128. Essential coding language in HTML5
  129. MIME type for a SWF
  130. You should use ____ to control the space between block elements
  131. Command to attach an external style sheet (called 'mystyles.css' to a web page
  132. An HTML element that only has one tag (such as img or br) is sometimes known as a _______ tag
  133. It's a best practice to code a series of links within a(n) _______ list
  134. True or false: The height and width attributes may be used to 'stretch' an image to a given dimension.
  135. An HTML document consists of two parts:
  1. a Boolean
  2. b png
  3. c <!-- blah blah blah -->
  4. d root
  5. e <img>
  6. f charset, name, and content
  7. g gif
  8. h Cross-browser compatibility
  9. i double quotes
  10. j whitespace
  11. k div
  12. l hgroup, time, figure, figcaption
  13. m meta
  14. n QuickTime
  15. o <p><a href="#top">Return to top</a></p>
  16. p protocol
  17. q JavaScript APIs
  18. r DOM
  19. s attributes
  20. t <embed>
  21. u title
  22. v Markup, JavaScript APIs, and CSS
  23. w Application Programming Interfaces
  24. x <dl>, <dt>, <dd>
  25. y true
  26. z ../
  27. aa audio/x-wave
  28. ab src, alt, height, width, title
  29. ac head and body
  30. ad bulleted
  31. ae 65
  32. af <li>
  33. ag unordered
  34. ah lang
  35. ai <ol>
  36. aj <audio src="fileName.mp3"></audio>
  37. ak deprecated
  38. al Incorrect nesting: the <i> pair must be fully enclosed in the <p> pair
  39. am elements
  40. an span
  41. ao jpeg (jpg), gif, png
  42. ap placeholders...<a>
  43. aq placeholder
  44. ar WebKit
  45. as H.264, Theora, VP8
  46. at pre, blockquote, address
  47. au debug an HTML file
  48. av An open source browser engine
  49. aw FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
  50. ax validate an HTML file
  51. ay DOCTYPE declaration and document tree
  52. az Windows Media Audio
  53. ba 'favicon' adornment in the address bar
  54. bb Search Engine Optimization
  55. bc <script src="myscripts.js"></script>
  56. bd video/mpeg
  57. be Chrome, Opera, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer (IE)
  58. bf inline
  59. bg Media Player
  60. bh definition ...<dd>...<dt>
  61. bi singleton
  62. bj absolute
  63. bk abbr, cite, code, dfn, em, kbd, q, samp, strong, var
  64. bl COder/DECoder
  65. bm jQuery
  66. bn mp3
  67. bo browsers
  68. bp character entities
  69. bq Local Area Network (intranet)
  70. br <a href="index.html#top">Return to Home</a>
  71. bs description, keywords
  72. bt natively
  73. bu jpeg (jpg)
  74. bv audio/mpeg or audio/x-mpeg
  75. bw nest...Flash
  76. bx pipe
  77. by i, b, sub, sup, br
  78. bz alt
  79. ca Closing tag does not have a /
  80. cb document.write()
  81. cc In computing, a uniform resource locator (URL) is a specific character string that constitutes a reference to an Internet resource. A URL is technically a type of uniform resource identifier (URI) but in many technical documents and verbal discussions URL is often used as a synonym for URI
  82. cd empty tag
  83. ce false
  84. cf CSS
  85. cg 2014
  86. ch id, class, title, lang
  87. ci |
  88. cj <a>
  89. ck superset
  90. cl alt="" empty (no space)
  91. cm document-relative
  92. cn ico
  93. co <br> and <img>
  94. cp codecs
  95. cq <meta charset="UTF-8">
  96. cr Advanced Audio Coding
  97. cs <link rel="stylesheet" href="mystyles.css">
  98. ct Aptana
  99. cu poster
  100. cv World Wide Web Consortium
  101. cw JavaScript
  102. cx Wide Area Network (connects two or more LANs with a router)
  103. cy <ul>
  104. cz WANs
  105. da MIME
  106. db header, section, article, nav, aside, footer
  107. dc terms ... descriptions
  108. dd UTF-8
  109. de Flash Player
  110. df 100
  111. dg Miro Converter (
  112. dh pound...hash...number...octothorpe
  113. di XHTML
  114. dj <video src="fileName.mp4"></video>
  115. dk ampersand (&), semicolon(;)
  116. dl ...when more specific tags don't apply
  117. dm 2022
  118. dn Accessibility
  119. do root-relative
  120. dp application/x-shockwave-flash
  121. dq
  122. dr ordered and unordered
  123. ds content
  124. dt <!DOCTYPE html><html></html>
  125. du test an HTML file
  126. dv application/pdf
  127. dw default
  128. dx <a> ... media ... media player ... type .... MIME
  129. dy space
  130. dz MIME means Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions, and refers to an official Internet standard that specifies how messages must be formatted so that they can be exchanged between different email systems. MIME is a very flexible format, permitting one to include virtually any type of file or document in an email message. Specifically, MIME messages can contain text, images, audio, video, or other application-specific data.
  131. ea lower, upper
  132. eb metadata
  133. ec href
  134. ed aac
  135. ee <a> ... <li> ... unordered (<ul>)