Attributes in HTML

Kevin D
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9th grade AP Computer Science Principles (Networking) Quiz on Attributes in HTML, created by Kevin D on 12/06/2016.

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Question 1

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[blank_start]Attributes[blank_end] - These enhance HTML tags and modify them. The attributes are nested inside the tag. <body bg color = yellow> Values are entered after the tag and attribute in a line of HTML code.
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  • Attributes

Question 2

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[blank_start]Links[blank_end] - used to move viewers to another page. Used with <a href = "url">text in the web browser</a>. They can link to another spot within the HTML document, a URL or a webpage, or another page on your own computer.
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  • Links

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[blank_start]URL[blank_end] - Uniform Resource Locators that pinpoint an exact file on the web.
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  • URL

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[blank_start]File Extensions[blank_end] - These such as .gif and .jpg tell the browser how to display and handle information.
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  • File Extensions

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[blank_start]<img>[blank_end] - This tag is used to insert images into the web, an example can be <img src="cit logo.jpg" alt="CIT logo">. Height and width attributes can specify dimension. Border attributes can place a border around a image and align attributes specifies the location of the image.
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  • <img>

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[blank_start]Hyperlinked Pictures[blank_end] - If you click on a picture, it will take you to another web page. The syntax for this is <a href= "cit.html"><img src ="cit logo.gif"></a>
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  • Hyperlinked Pictures
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