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Web Publishing 01
Web pages are made using HTML.

Web Publishing 01

This KS3 ICT quiz takes a look at web publishing. The internet was developed during the 1960s to the 1980s. It allowed military and academic establishments to share files and send electronic mail. By the end of the 1980s, business networks were also linked to the internet and it was possible to send electronic mail between offices in different locations. This allowed for better communications for trans-national companies. If you wanted to get information via the internet, you needed access to the specific network where the data was stored.

The World Wide Web was developed by a computer scientist in 1989 and the first website was put on line in 1991. He worked out a way of joining together several different computer technologies that could be accessed through the internet. This was a revolutionary development. Within just a few years, anyone could publish information that could be accessed from anywhere in the world. Instead of needing to be a member of a specific network, the information on the World Wide Web was available to anyone with a web browser and an internet connection.

The letters WWW stand for what?
Wet Wet Wet
What When Where
Wide World Web
World Wide Web
The person credited with inventing the World Wide Web is Tim Berners-Lee
The web is made up of 'pages' which are read by .......
web browsers
web bruisers
web dowsers
web wowsers
There are many different web browsers available
Which is not an advantage of using the web?
Can provide cheap advertising
It can be hard to find the information you need
Offers a wide range of sources on many topics
Provides a huge potential audience
The huge amount of material means that it can sometimes take a while to find exactly the information that you are looking for. It also takes time to check if the information is valid and reliable
Some software documentation is web based only .......
because it can reach a wider audience
because it is better for the user
because it is cheaper to produce
because it is what all users want
Printed documentation costs much more to produce
Web pages are made using HTML - what does this stand for?
Hard To Makeout Language
Hyper Tough Makeup Language
HyperText Madeup Language
HyperText Markup Language
HTML is written using tags
HTML tells the web browser .......
how to display information on the page
which document to search for
which ISP to use
which search engine to use
You also need styles to tell the browser what fonts and colours to use
Which is not a reason for using web page headers?
To indicate important text in a document
To improve chances of being found by a search engine
To make the document content more interesting
To structure a document
A header is the top part of the web page that appears on most of the pages of a website. The content of a web page is separate from the header
Web pages usually contain text. The text should .......
use a few font styles
use a lot of different font colours
use lots of different font sizes
use lots of different font styles
Too many different fonts, colours and sizes make any document difficult to read and it looks messy
Web pages sometimes have a background colour or image. Which of the following statements is not false?
A background is OK if it is not distracting and text remains easy to read
All websites have interesting background images
Backgrounds should always be a really good photograph of the web designer's pet or family
The more detailed and colourful, the better
Businesses usually use a plain background so that it does not distract the visitor from the main information
Young children often prefer web pages with .......
lots of adverts for banks
lots of images
lots of popups
lots of text
Web page design should consider the target viewer
You can find more about this topic by visiting BBC Bitesize - Internet communication

Author:  Duncan Daish

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