25 Multiple choice questions
- Describes the location (folder or external Web site) where the files can be found.
text to be "decorated" with one of five values: underline, overline,
line-through, blink, or none. Can be used in a variety of tags including
the anchor tag.
- The href attribute value uses the word to indicate it is an e-mail link
- A named location that an <a> tag specifies in the same file.
- Beginning location of a file path
- A style statement uses this selector to specify that all text on the Web page should be a certain font family and/or size
- Specify the location of a file, relative to the location of the file that is currently in use.
- Selector to define the style of a visited link
- Anchor or link selector - for an unvisited link
- Anchor or link selector - gains focus (for example, when it is clicked).
to a selector with a colon to specify a state or relation to the
selector to give the Web developer more control over that selector.
- Specify a particular font change that is interpreted strictly by all browsers.
- When a visitor clicks, it automatically opens a new message in the default program and inserts the appropriate contact address.
- Part of a CSS rule that is normally the HTML element you want to style.
- An element like an image that allows the element to move to the side indicated in the statement.
- Used to gain more control for of elements of an HTML file as a category
- Allow a browser to interpret the tag based on a browser's settings, relative to other text on a Web page.
- Selector to define the style of a link when the mouse points to a link.
- Specifies the exact address for the file to which you are linking or displaying a graphic.
- A smaller version of the image itself. Used as a link that, when clicked, will load the full-sized image.
- First page in a Web site
- Tags to create a container into which a user can add an inline style.
- When the mouse pointer points to or is over a link
- Sets properties and values for a selector in a CSS rule
<a> tag used to link to another page in the same Web site, to a
Web page in an external Web site, within the same Web page, and for