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PWD 5e Test 2 RETAKE

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 1. 

A(n) ____ is the browser’s temporary storage area for Web pages and images.
a.
cookie
c.
cache
b.
application
d.
server
 

 2. 

A ____ can be used to graphically display the organization of your Web site.
a.
directory tree
c.
Web log
b.
site map
d.
road map
 

 3. 

The ____ is a conceptual layout device that organizes the page into columns and rows.
a.
matrix
c.
page template
b.
grid
d.
style sheet
 

 4. 

White space that is used deliberately is called ____ white space.
a.
well-formed
c.
active
b.
passive
d.
intentional
 

 5. 

____ are CSS statements that let you specify different style rules for different media destinations.
a.
Media Queries
c.
Colors
b.
Fonts
d.
Grids
 

 6. 

Many of the guidelines necessary for developing ____ content naturally lend themselves to creating good design.
a.
colorful
c.
hyperlinked
b.
accessible
d.
fluid
 

 7. 

Fixed-width designs are often chosen for use with Web sites that have more ____ page designs.
a.
fluid
c.
simplistic
b.
circular
d.
complex
 

 8. 

Designing for ____ means developing Web pages that remain accessible despite any physical, sensory, and cognitive disabilities,work constraints, or technological barriers on the part of the user.
a.
navigation
c.
accessibility
b.
portability
d.
readability
 

 9. 

You should not make your users click more than ____ times to get to the content they desire.
a.
two
c.
four
b.
three
d.
five
 

 10. 

When you type a(n) ____ address in your browser, it connects to the appropriate Web server and requests the file you specified.
a.
hypertext
c.
HTML
b.
Uniform Resource Locator (URL)
d.
server
 

 11. 

All Web pages are stored on computers called ____.
a.
laptops
c.
Web servers
b.
application servers
d.
cache servers
 

 12. 

You should use ____ and color to reinforce location or topic.
a.
size
c.
shapes
b.
font
d.
weight
 

 13. 

When designing a Web page, you should keep the “____ (plus or minus two)” rule of information design in mind.
a.
three
c.
seven
b.
five
d.
nine
 

 14. 

In a strong periodical-like image, the main page components are ____.
a.
graphic
c.
image-based
b.
variable
d.
textual
 

 15. 

____ white space includes the blank areas that border the screen or are the result of mismatched shapes.
a.
Passive
c.
Intentional
b.
Active
d.
Well-formed
 

 16. 

By specifying a(n) ____ specifically for handheld devices, you can customize the page layout such as by designing the content to appear in a single column or providing navigation customized for smaller screens.
a.
font
c.
image
b.
resolution
d.
style sheet
 

 17. 

You can ____ by repeating colors and fonts and by using a page layout that allows information to be organized in a hierarchy.
a.
create smooth transitions
b.
practice consistent placement of page elements
c.
provide visual structure
d.
utilize active white space
 

 18. 

Designers are moving to ____ layouts because of the extended landscape shape of newer monitors.
a.
fixed
c.
flexible
b.
portrait
d.
vertical
 

 19. 

When designing a Web page, think about providing contrasting colors that are easy to read and easy on the eye, such as dark colors against a ____ background.
a.
black
c.
white
b.
gray
d.
red
 

 20. 

As a function of normal, paper-based reading habits, the user’s eye moves from ____ and back again.
a.
right to left
c.
left to right
b.
top to bottom
d.
bottom to top
 

 21. 

Your ____ is the single most important factor in determining the success of your site.
a.
font choice
c.
plug-in requirements
b.
number of graphics
d.
information design
 

 22. 

You should provide grounding for the user by placing navigation elements ____ on each page.
a.
in the same position
c.
in different positions
b.
at the left
d.
at the top
 

 23. 

____ page layouts are designed to adapt to different screen resolutions.
a.
Linear
c.
Horizontal
b.
Flexible
d.
Flat
 

 24. 

A computer monitor’s ____ is the width and height of the computer screen in pixels.
a.
display
c.
screen resolution
b.
properties
d.
screen saver
 

 25. 

You can make reading easier by using a text ____ that is narrower than the width of the screen.
a.
spacing
c.
font
b.
column
d.
row
 

True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
 

 26. 

White spaces are always white.
 

 27. 

Human engineering studies show a wide range of results when tracking a user’s eye movements.
 

 28. 

Not only should you plan for a deliberate look and feel for your Web site, but you must also test your design against the variable nature of the Web.
 

 29. 

A lack of active white space creates the impression that a page contains too much information and that it will be difficult to find the piece of information you want.
 

 30. 

Users generally do not orient themselves quickly to a navigation structure.
 

 31. 

You should provide direct links to the areas of your site that you feel are most in demand.
 

 32. 

It is best to break information into small chunks and link them with hypertext.
 

 33. 

You can use a grid to enforce structure, but you also can break out of the grid to provide variety and highlight important information.
 

 34. 

Web pages that have scattered alignments have a more polished look than pages that respect the grid and align different elements.
 

 35. 

Almost every Web site has at least one flaw.
 



 
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