HTML Sixth Edition

Practice Test Chapter 6
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1.
A ____ input control can be a radio button, a check box, or a selection menu.
 A: gadget
 B: data
 C: text
 D: password
2.
A select control is suitable when ____ number of choices are available.
 A: a limited
 B: an unlimited
 C: an infinite
 D: all of the above
3.
One way to process information in a form is to use a(n) ____ script.
 A: FTP
 B: CGI
 C: HTTP
 D: FRM
4.
A Submit button is created by using the attribute type= "submit" in a(n) ____ tag.
 A: < button / >
 B: < input / >
 C: < type / >
 D: < submit / >
5.
A ____ control helps to group related form elements together.
 A: fieldarea
 B: textarea
 C: text
 D: fieldset
6.
When you want your user to make a clear yes or no choice, the best control to use would be ____.
 A: a text box
 B: radio buttons
 C: check boxes
 D: a text area
7.
A text input control allows the user to enter text through each of the following EXCEPT ____.
 A: text box
 B: password text box
 C: textarea box
 D: check box
8.
When using a select control, if you do not specify a size attribute, ____.
 A: each option must be no more than 10 spaces
 B: five options are displayed when clicking the list arrow
 C: each option must be no more than 15 spaces
 D: one option is displayed when clicking the list arrow
9.
The ____ attribute of the < form > tag specifies the action that is taken when the form is submitted.
 A: get
 B: post
 C: action
 D: method
10.
When creating a Submit button, the ____ tag gives you the option of using an image for the button, rather than using the default button style.
 A: < submit >
 B: < button >
 C: < type >
 D: < picture >
11.
The ____ button clears any input that was entered in the form, and resets the input controls back to the defaults.
 A: Redo
 B: Undo
 C: Reset
 D: Submit
12.
When creating a Reset button, the ____ attribute is used to indicate the text that should appear on the button face.
 A: button
 B: text
 C: value
 D: content
13.
A ____ control indicates only one item in a list can be chosen.
 A: textarea
 B: radio
 C: checkbox
 D: select
14.
If the number of options from which a Web page visitor can choose is very large, a good choice would be to use the ____ tag before the first < option > tag.
 A: < selectgroup >
 B: < optgroup >
 C: < optlist >
 D: < select >
15.
The ____ attribute of the < form > tag specifies the manner in which the data entered in the form is sent to the server to be processed.
 A: get
 B: post
 C: action
 D: method
16.
The appearance of the Submit button text can be changed with the ____ tag.
 A: < look >
 B: < style >
 C: < appearance >
 D: < form >
17.
A Web page form must include a ____.
 A: Submit button
 B: Reset button
 C: Undo Button
 D: textarea control
18.
A Reset button is created by using the attribute ____ in an < input / > tag.
 A: reset="post"
 B: type="reset"
 C: reset="type"
 D: post="reset"
19.
A ____ control indicates the number of rows and columns for the area.
 A: textarea
 B: radio
 C: checkbox
 D: select
20.
The ____ attribute of the < form > control indicates the location at which the resource will be displayed.
 A: location
 B: position
 C: value
 D: target

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