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Dreamweaver Ch. 4 Test

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Dreamweaver Ch. 4 Test
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1.  You can add animations to a Web site to make it visually attractive.
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2.  Links that connect the pages within a web site are always very important because they help viewers navigate between the pages of the site.
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3.  Setting and maintaining the correct paths for all your links is essential to avoid having broken links in your site.
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4.  Each page in a Web site usually focuses on multiple categories or topics.
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5.  Viewers When designing a Web site, you should make sure that all pages in the site contain numerous internal links so that viewers can move easily from page to page.
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6.  Na You should take great care in managing your internal links to make sure they work correctly and are timely and relevant to the page content.
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7.  A root-relative path is used in most cases for internal links and specifies the location of file relative to current page.
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8.  Meta tags act as targets for internal links and make it easy for viewers to jump to a particular place on the same page quickly.
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9.  Pixel-based graphics are ideal for Web sites because they download quickly.
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10.  V You can create Flash text in Dreamweaver without opening the Flash program.
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11.  I Any graphics you use in a navigation bar must be created in a graphics software program, such as Macromedia Fireworks or Adobe Illustrator.
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12.  You can place multiple navigation bars on a Web page using the Insert Navigation Bar dialog box.
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13.  You can insert a navigation bar by choosing Navigation Bar from the Assets menu when the Common category is chosen on the Insert bar.
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14.  After you create a navigation bar, you can copy and paste it to the other main pages in your site to save time.
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15.  The Show "Up image" initially check box should be checked only for the element that links to the current page.
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16.  Because the World Wide Web changes constantly, Web sites may be up one day and down the next.
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17.  To avoid having broken links on your Web site, you need to check external links frequently.
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18.  Checking links to make sure they work is a task that should rarely be performed.
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19.  As you work on the navigation structure for a Web site, you should try to limit the number of links on each page to no more than is necessary.
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20.  In the Link Checker panel, each external link is listed exactly once.
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21.  To create a(n) ____ link in Dreamweaver, you first select the text or object that you want to serve as a link, then you type the absolute path to the destination Web page in the Link text box in the Property inspector.
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22.  A(n) ____ path is a path used for external links that includes the complete address for the destination page, including the protocol (such as http://) and the complete URL.
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23.  Item ____ in the figure above points to the Web site URL of the path.
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24.  Item ____ in the figure above points to the protocol of the path.
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25.  Item ____ in the figure above points to the filename of the path.
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26.  The figure above illustrates a(n) ____ path.
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27.  An example for the HTML code for an external link would be .
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28.  Item ____ in the figure above is the filename of the path.
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29.  Item ____ in the figure above is the folder name of the path.
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30.  You should design the navigation structure of your Web site so that viewers are never more than ____ clicks away from the page they are seeking.
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31.  A(n) ____ path is used for internal links when publishing to a server that contains many Web sites or where the Web site is so large it requires more than one server.
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32.  ____ is an example of a root-relative path.
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33.  In Windows, if you want to view or hide page titles in the site map, you should click ____ on the menu bar, point to Site Map Options, then click Show Page Titles.
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34.  To recreate the site cache, you can click ____ on the menu bar, click Advanced, then click Recreate Site Cache.
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35.  In Dreamweaver, named anchors are represented by ____ anchor icons on the Web page.
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36.  The name of a named anchor is always preceded by a(n) ____ in the Link text box in the Property inspector.
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37.  Item ____ in the figure above is the Media list arrow.
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38.  Item ____ in the figure above is the Flash Text command.
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39.  Item ____ in the figure above is the Insert bar.
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40.  When inserting Flash Text, the Target should be set to ____ to display the destination page in the parent frameset (replaces the frameset).
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41.  When inserting Flash Text, the Target should be set to ____ to display the destination page in a separate browser window.
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42.  A navigation bar element has a(n) ____ state when the mouse pointer is positioned on top of the element.
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43.  A navigation bar element has a(n) ____ state when you click the element and continue pressing and holding the mouse button.
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44.  A navigation bar element has a(n) ____ state when you click the element.
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45.  A navigation bar element has a(n) ____ state when the mouse pointer is not on top of the element.
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46.  The figure above shows the ____ panel.
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47.  Item ____ in the figure above is a Flash text file.
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48.  Item ____ in the figure above is the URL button.
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49.  In order to view Flash animations, you must have the ____ installed on your computer.
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50.  To view named anchors when working in Dreamweaver you should make sure that Invisible Elements are being displayed (____ --> Visual Aids --> Invisible Elements).
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