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Web Publishing 02
The feature that lets you jump between web pages is a hyperlink. Jumping between two ramps requires a motorcycle!

Web Publishing 02

Find out about web publishing in this enjoyable KS3 ICT quiz. The intent of web design is to create and publish a website - a collection of online content including documents and applications that reside on a web server/servers. A web server is a computer that is permanently connected to the internet and is accessible by anyone. A website is usually produced on a local computer and then uploaded to the server. In order to become part of the World Wide Web (WWW), each page of the website needs to have an 'address' or uniform resource locator (URL for short). This is given by the domain name.

Web designers include a list of alternative fonts in the style sheet of a web page. If a computer can't find the font that the designer used for the website, the browser will display the text using a default font that is included with the operating system. There are font services on the World Wide Web which can be used. This means that designers don't have to rely on a viewer's computer system having the same font as they have used for their design. They can use a code that tells the browser to get the font from the WWW instead of the computer's operating system.

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1.
Why do web designers often use common fonts?
Some monitors can't display some of the fancy fonts
The more complicated fonts mean a page loads slower
Computers don't come with every possible font installed on their system
Web designers don't have much imagination
No matter how hard a website designer tries, a web page will not look exactly the same on different computers
2.
Which of these formats is not suitable for web images?
GIF
JPEG
PNG
TIFF
TIFF is not supported by most web browsers
3.
Which format is best for web images with few colours?
AVI
GIF
JPEG
MPEG
Few colours or solid colours are usually best with GIF
4.
Which format is best for photographs on the web?
ACC
JPEG
PDF
XLS
JPEG (also JPG) is the file format designed for use with digital photographs
5.
How can you convert between GIF and JPEG formats?
Open in a PDF editor and 'Save As' the other format
Open in a photo editor and 'Save As' the other format
Open in a TXT editor and 'Save As' the other format
Open in a wave editor and 'Save As' the other format
Every time that a file is saved like this, some quality is lost
6.
Which feature lets you jump between web pages?
Hype
Hyperjump
Hyperlink
Hypertext
The words that you click on to follow the hyperlink are known as the anchor text
7.
Hyperlinks are useful because .......
it looks cool to jump around
they make it hard to know where you are
you can click on buttons
you don't have to read all the pages on a site in any particular order
Sometimes the links become 'broken' if pages are deleted - very frustrating!
8.
Moving between pages using hyperlinks is called what?
Agitating
Linking
Navigating
Paginating
An early browser was called 'Netscape Navigator'
9.
What would a 'table' be used for in a web page?
Listing all the pages navigated to using hyperlinks
Listing all the pages used to build the website
To display data in columns and rows
Somewhere for laying out a website design
They can also be used for web page layouts, but there are much better methods available. In the early days of the World Wide Web, using tables was the only way that designers could control the layout of a web page and it is still useful when you first learn about building a website
10.
A series of data can be placed on a page by inserting it into a .......
table border
table cell
table column or row
table header
You would place the individual items of data in the table cells
Author:  Duncan Daish

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