Do you call yourself a true internet savvy? Take this quiz, and find it out. Being internet savvy means you have next-level internet and web skills. If you think you have enough knowledge that you can answer anything about the internet, you are a pro. This quiz will determine your knowledge of online community netiquette and basic webpage presentation knowledge. You have to simply pick the most suitable answer here and see what you get in the results. All the best!
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You're on your way!
All the time because it's easier to read.
Only when you want to express anger.
To emphasize a word.
Aren't important! That's what the back and forward buttons on the browser are for.
Are needed on every page for the main parts of the site.
Are only needed on the home/index page.
Navigation links? I thought navigation was what you did on a boat!
To send short, quick messages.
To correspond with people in place of postal mail.
To send lengthy, involved messages.
To forward jokes and cool videos to everyone you know.
Shows how great your taste in music is.
Should never be used.
Should only start with a play button, so people can choose to listen or not.
Adds to your website's impact.
On every page
Only in the about me/contact info
Who wants anybody to know their name?
On the bottom
Should be used as much as possible because it's interactive.
Is great for a long intro.
Works well in moderation.
When including a third person(s) in your reply to someone else.
To forward jokes to all those in your address book.
When you run out of room on the To: line
Is always preferable to using the CC: line.
Is good to use when sending emails to people who don't know each other.
When you're sending funny jokes to your friends
Is never a good idea.
Actually it doesn't.
As long as I don't sign my name
So I can write whatever I want without fear of consequences!
It never happens!
I have no idea.
Big Tall Woman.
By the way!
I am not sure, but it is used in the conversations.
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