True/False Questions for Web Server, URI and HTML

  • 1 We can also quoting a text and indicate the source by placing it between an opening < cite > tag and closing < /cite > tag, instead of using cite as attribute. True View Answer

  • 2 The < p > element is intended to be used when you want to add a quote within a sentence, rather than as an indented block on its own False View Answer

  • 3 The < q > element is intended to be used when you want to add a quote within a sentence, rather than as an indented block on its own. True View Answer

  • 4 The content of a < tt > element is written in monospaced font. True View Answer

  • 5 Any text between the opening < pre > tag and the closing < /pre > tag will preserve the formatting of the source document. True View Answer

  • 6 Two < br / > elements look very similar to using a < p > element in HTML. True View Answer

  • 7 If you put several consecutive spaces between two words in HTML code, by default, only one space will be displayed on the screen. True View Answer

  • 8 < div > and < span > are the grouping elements in HTML. True View Answer

  • 9 < em > , < strong > , < abbr > , < acronym > , < dfn > , < blockquote > , < q > , < cite > , < code > , < kbd > , < var > , < samp > , and < address > are the phrases elements in HTML. True View Answer

  • 10 < b > , < i > , < u > , < s > , < tt > , < sup > , < sub > , < strike > , < big > , < small > , and < hr / > are presentation elements in HTML. True View Answer

  • 11 script tag defines a server side script. False View Answer

  • 12 One of the best example of URN is ISBN number which is used to uniquely identify a book. True View Answer

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