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Question 1. It is possible to display pictures (i.e, images) in HTML specification by using the tag.

<GR src = Picture file>

<PIC src =Picture file>

<IMG src =Picture file>

<GIF src=Picture file

Question 2. A certain Div ID

Should be used only once a page

Is a replacement for SPAN

Is the same as Div CLASS

Needs to be declared as a float

Question 3. Using inline styles on a page with multiple overlapping styles is being referred to as:

DHTML

SGML

CSS

XHTML

Question 4. <TD> ? </TD> tag is used for ________

Table heading

Table Records

Table row

none of the above

Question 5. The advantages of XML over HTML are
(i) It allows processing of data stored in web-pages
(ii) It uses meaningful tags which aids in understanding the nature of a document
(iii)Is simpler than HTML
(iv)It separates presentation and structure of document

(i),(ii) and (iii)

(i),(ii) and(iv)

(ii),(iii) and (iv)

(i),(iii) and (iv)

Question 6. Outlook Express is a _________

E-Mail Client

Browser

Search Engine

None of the above

Question 7. Which property would you use to redirect visitor to another page?

window.location.href

document.href

java.redirect.url

link.redirect.href

Question 8. What is meant by Google bombing?

Submitting the site again and again in order to include it in Google's index.

Multiple sites linking to the same site, with the same anchor text in order to get high ranking for the keyword in the anchor text

Extensively using the word ?Google? on your pages in order to get high rankings with Google.

using google adwords to boost your site's visibility

Question 9. Which of the following are CSS2 features not found in CSS1?

Color and background properties

Bi-directional text

Positioning of elements on the page

all of the above

Question 10. A friend has designed a graphic containing several words. Why should he/she choose to save this image file as a GIF rather than a JPG?

JPG's render true color poorly at some screen resolutions, whereas GIFs do not.

The GIF file format is tailored to the Internet, whereas the JPG was developed for storage only.

The file compression features of the JPG format may render the fonts unreadable.

JPG's are about three times the size of GIFs and therefore take more time to render in a browser.