ITA-BP-Mod2-Page structure and semantics

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  • Passing score: 95%
  • Time limit: 40 minutes
  • Number of questions: 38
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multi Answer and True/False
  • Difficulty: Advance
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Page structure and semantics - Best Practices

Page structure and semantics - Best Practices

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Use _____________  for sequential information. Each list item (<li>) is numbered by the browser.

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Provide headings ___________ for each page

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You may add a region subtag if you need to say that this is the language as spoken somewhere in a particular; How do you indicate French as spoken in Canada.

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If the <iframe> contains content intended for the user give the <iframe> element a descriptive__________  attribute value.

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Ensure only one instance of ________________  (when <header> is a child of <body>)

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For longer and more complex quotes, use the ________________ element.

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Provide one _________ heading that describes the page content

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When phrasing instructions on where to find or how to use content, avoid descriptions that rely exclusively on being able to see or hear. Be sure to include a ____________ in the instruction and at the item of interest.

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Use heading elements _______________  for all headings

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Use ARIA landmark _______________  if HTML5 sectioning elements cannot be used.

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Ensure each web page defines its topic or purpose in a descriptive title, set in a ________  element in the HTML <head>element. Optionally, identify the larger collection of Web pages after the page description.

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Ensure all content on the page is contained within a______________.

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Use ____________  when the order of the items is irrelevant.

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Elements do not contain_________  attributes.

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Elements must have complete __________  tags.

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Ensure these landmarks are direct children of <body>:

a) Header

b) Footer

c) Main

d) All

e) None

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Use the ______________  attribute to label a <nav> region that begins with a heading element

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Insert a ______ attribute anywhere the default language changes to a different language.

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Ensure an______________ element is used in a web page for self-contained composition

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Don’t use heading elements for text that is not a heading. Instead, use________ to change font size or styles

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For other languages, choose the appropriate language code from ___________

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Provide short and descriptive labels

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To identify landmarks on the page use equivalent__________ sectioning elements (preferred)

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Use the ________________  attribute to differentiate multiple (different) <nav> items.

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To indicate that content has strong importance or urgency, use the ___________ element.

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Add a lang attribute to the <html> element to set the default language for the entire page. For English: ______________

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If the iframe consists of decorative images or JavaScript, hide it from screen readers by setting the __________________ attribute on the <iframe> element.

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Ensure the <iframe> title attribute value is unique across iframes on the page.

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Each list item (<li>) in an unordered list is marked with a___________.

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For shorted quotes, that are usually embedded in another sentence, use the inline quote _______ element.

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Ensure any________  are unique.

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For words that have a stressed emphasis compared to surrounding text, use the __________ element.

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XHTML should use both the lang attribute and the __________ attribute.

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Use ________________ rather than role="form" when the form is used for search functionality.

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Expand abbreviations __________on the page, with the abbreviation accompanying the expansion, one or the other in brackets

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For thematic grouping of content, ensure the ____________element is used.

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Use _____________  to group related terms (<dt>) and their descriptions (<dd>).

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A <header> is not considered a banner when it is the child of

a) <article>

b) <aside>

c) <main>

d) <nav>

e) <section>.

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