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  • Passing score: 95%
  • Time limit: 50 minutes
  • Number of questions: 59
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multi Answer and True/False
  • Difficulty: Advance
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ITAO - Module 2 – Page structure and semantics (Test 2)

ITAO - Module 2 – Page structure and semantics (Test 2)

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Identifying changes in language is allows___________  translation software to follow changes in language

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If the <section> element is named (using aria-label, aria-labelledby or titleattribute), it is identified as a _____________ .

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Each _____________  is numbered by the browser.

<ol>   <li>Cook beans for 45 minutes.</li>   <li>Cut vegetables in small cubes.</li>       <li>Sauté onions and garlic.</li>   <li>Deglaze using the tomatoes.</li>   <li>Add corn and beans.</li></ol>


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

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When using a description list to define terms, nest the term in a _________ element.

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The ______ and _________ elements should not be used.

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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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The HTML5 ___________  element marks a general region of a web page or an article.

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A table presents a list of times across the top row and a list of events in the first vertical column and instructions are provided under the table: "Events marked with a blue diamond are played on field A and events marked with a green circle are played on field B."


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Avoid _______________  elements in each list item, since screen reader users can lose track of the list itself.

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Use ______________  when the order of the items is irrelevant.

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The <html> element must have a _______ attribute value that identifies the primary language of the page.

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Be sure to include a ________  in the instruction and at the item of interest.

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This one piece of information helps all users find content, orient themselves within it, and navigate through it.

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Assistive technologies can convey to users where a quote starts and ends, which can avoid misunderstandings.

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The __________ HTML element indicates that the enclosed text is a short inline quotation.

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______  and ______  are semantic tags meaning the author wishes to provide emphasis.

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

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If the <iframe> contains content intended for the user ensure the <iframe> title attribute value is_______  across iframes on the page.

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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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___________  that support multiple languages will be able to speak the text in the appropriate accent with proper pronunciation

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WCAG was designed to apply only to___________  that were displayed on a web page.

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

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People who are______  and people who have _______  may not be able to understand instructions if they rely only on a description of the shape and/or location of content.

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Anywhere the default language changes to a different language, insert a__________ attribute

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The ________  element is used to refer to the source of the quote.

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It is used for thematic grouping of content and should open with a heading.

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

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Any part of the page that is not written in the page’s ________  language must specify its language.

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

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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;  such as  __________  indicates French as spoken in Canada.

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When applying this to instructions for operating physical hardware controls (e.g. a web kiosk with dedicated content), __________  on the hardware might be described (e.g. the arrow shaped key, the round key on the right side).

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__________  are used by assistive technologies to associate labels and descriptions with elements, for header and cell associations in complex tables, and to define relationships in ARIA widgets (aria-owns, aria-controls, etc.)

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The unordered list consists of one ______  element and multiple list item ________ elements

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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.

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Ordered lists are commonly used for_____________ .

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________________  are commonly used to hold horizontal and vertical menus (for navigation, social media and list of links).

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

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Use ________________  for sequential information.

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For English and French use the following methods of declaring the language:

  • For English: <html lang="en">
  • For French: <html lang="fr">

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This is an example of :

<p>Helen Keller said, <q>"Self-pity is our worst enemy and if we yield to it, we can never do anything good in the world."</q></p>

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This is an example of :


<ul>   <li>Corn</li>   <li>Tomatoes</li>   <li>Beans</li>   <li>Onions</li>   <li>Garlic</li></ul>

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Ensure each web page defines its topic or purpose in a descriptive title, set in a <title> element in the HTML ________  element.

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Use a three-letter code if no other code is available.

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Providing information using shape and/or location, however, is an effective method for many users including those with _____________ .

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Ensure id attribute value is_____________  on any page view.

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The HTML5 ______________  element represents a complete or self-contained composition in a web page.

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___________ support for <strong> and <em> is weak.

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

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_______ enable designers to embed any type of content from another web page.

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An online multi-page survey uses a link implemented as a green arrow icon placed in the lower right hand corner of the content to move from one survey page to the next. The arrow is clearly labeled with "Next" and the instructions state, "To move to the next section of the survey, select the green arrow icon labeled 'Next' in the lower right corner below the last survey question." The instruction uses positioning and color to help identify the icon.

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For the lang attribute choose the appropriate language code from ______ . Use the shortest available language code.

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Francophone user's screen reader will attempt to read a page without a lang attribute in French, even if it is written in English. It’s an issue for screen reader users who understand multiple languages and visit websites written in all of them.

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Use __________  for sequential information, when the order of the items is relevant.

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Each _____________  is numbered by the browser.

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The ordered list consists of one ________  element and multiple list item _______  elements

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Insert lang attributes anywhere the__________  language changes to a different language.

<html lang="en"> [...] <p> He maintained that the DDR (German Democratic Republic) was just a <span lang="de">Treppenwitz der Weltgeschichte</span>. </p>

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Users configure screen readers with a default language and that’s the language used to declare a page if the <html> element is missing a _______ attribute.

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Each ____________ in an unordered list is marked with a bullet.

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