$$\textbf{HTML } \& \textbf{ HTML5}$$ Web Standards CSS & CSS3 Web Development Javascript Test Category

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What is the nav element?
What is described by the image below:

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What is content and presentation of the equation below? $$\lim_{x\to 0}{x^2}=0$$
Web standards' main principle is the separation of these two pieces of a website.

100

What is relative?
This value of the property "position:" moves an element top, right, bottom or left relative to its defaut position.

100

What are web fonts?
Use these to embed a font file with a site, ensuring that most people will see the desired typeface.

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What is jQuery?
This Javascript library is commonly included in the bottom of website pages and is used to make cross-browser development and common design patterns easier.

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What is jQuery?
This Javascript library is commonly included in the bottom of website pages and is used to make cross-browser development and common design patterns easier.

200

What is section?
This HTML5 element has semantic meaning as an individual area of content that includes a heading (h1,h2, etc.) inside of it.

200

What is HTML?
This markup language for building websites is known as the document or 'content layer' and is separate from the design.

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What is the box model?
This term describes the way margins and padding are added to elements using CSS.

200

What is the HTML5 doctype? ( )
This first line of your page document helps you validate your code and is backwards-compatible with XHTML.

200

What is the bottom of your page, before the closing body tag?
This area of the HTML document is where you should include most Javascript files.

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What is the bottom of your page, before the closing body tag?
This area of the HTML document is where you should include most Javascript files.

300

What is article?
Between section and article, this is the more specific of the two and "makes sense on its own" as a stand-alone element.

300

What is CSS?
This language for building websites is known as the 'presentation layer' for controlling design and layout.

300

What is clearfix?
This class uses a standard style and is included by most web developers in order to give a height to floated container elements.

300

What is the Validator? (validator.w3.org)
This tool built by the W3C can help you write semantic HTML and to debug your code.

300

What are: a lightbox or modal popup, tabsets, dropdowns, slideshows, or accordions?
These types of user interface design patterns typically require the use of Javascript.

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What are: a lightbox or modal popup, tabsets, dropdowns, slideshows, or accordions?
These types of user interface design patterns typically require the use of Javascript.

400

What is a div?
This block-level element has *no* semantic meaning inherent to its existence.

400

What is the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)?
This international community receives input from member organizations, full-time staff, and the public to develop Web standards.

400

What are red, green, blue and alpha transparency?
These four values for the rgba color property are represented in numbers.

400

What is the inspector (or developer tools or Firebug)?
This tool allows you to debug code and inspect and edit HTML and CSS in the browser.

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What is the DOM (Document Object Model)?
This term describes the hierarchy or 'tree' of an HTML document and its elements for manipulation by Javascript.

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What is the DOM (Document Object Model)?
This term describes the hierarchy or 'tree' of an HTML document and its elements for manipulation by Javascript.

500

What is the h1 element?
This element can be used multiple times on a page, but for SEO (Search Engine Optimization) purposes is generally only included once on a page.

500

What is the "alt" attribute?
This element attribute is required for the img tag in order to validate and for accessibility.

500

What is border-radius?
This property is used to add rounded corners to an element.

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What is Webkit?
This rendering engine is used by popular web browsers including Google Chrome and Safari.

500

What is "$(document).ready(function(){});" ?
This jQuery function wraps around your jQuery code to keep it from firing until the page content has fully loaded.

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What is "$(document).ready(function(){});" ?
This jQuery function wraps around your jQuery code to keep it from firing until the page content has fully loaded.

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