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Web Design (FLVS) Help?

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  1. Randy Crosby

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    Any question you can answer would be a a major help

    Question 1

    Use as many animated and flashing images as possible on your web page.

    True
    False

    Question 2

    Professionals believe you should use many graphics on your web page for decoration.

    True
    False

    Question 3

    Use a GIF type for transparent backgrounds and anything with a small range of colors, while the JPEG type should be used for pictures/photos.

    True
    False

    Question 4

    You do not have to give credit for using someone else's image on a web page if it is used for educational purposes.

    True
    False

    Question 5

    Typically an optimized image's file size can be reduced by 50%-75% without adversely affecting the image viewing quality.

    True
    False

    Question 6

    Black backgrounds with white text are great color scheme for a page as the contrast makes it easy to read.

    True
    False

    Question 7

    It is best to use light backgrounds and darkcolored text.

    True
    False

    Question 8

    JPEG images can have transparent backgrounds.

    True
    False

    Question 9

    The two file types predominately used on the Web are GIF and JPEG.

    True
    False

    Question 10

    More colors are better than fewer colors.

    True
    False

    Question 11

    Which of the following graphic formats effectively uses compression on graphics that have large blocks of the same color?

    A) bitmap

    B) gif

    C) jpg

    D) png

    Question 12

    Which one of the following statements is not true?

    A) Check the reading level of your text. Before testing your page with kids, take a few minutes to make sure they can read it.

    B) Always use underlining to make things stand out. Underlining is an easy way to direct the user’s attention.

    C) Give your page a meaningful title. An interesting title is often used to grab the user’s attention.

    D) Use transparency around nonrectangular graphics. If it's a GIF, you can make it look better by letting the background shine through.

    Question 13

    What is the most important reason to use graphics on a web page?

    A) They look cool.

    B) They give insight to individuality.

    C) Graphics should be used to compliment the textual information that you provide on your pages.

    D) They add color to a page.

    Question 14

    Which of the following are reasons for optimizing graphics on web pages?

    A) saves bandwidth

    B) saves server space

    C) faster loading times

    D) All of the above

    Question 15

    Which of the following graphic formats will view the same with the Mac and with the PC platforms?

    A) bitmap

    B) gif

    C) jpg

    D) png

    Question 16

    Which of the following graphic formats uses millions of colors, and has their file size determined primarily by their image size, not their number of colors.

    A) bitmap

    B) gif

    C) jpg

    D) png

    Question 17

    Which of the following graphic formats lets you create transparent interlaced images, and compile animated images?

    A) bitmap

    B) gif

    C) jpg

    D) png

    Question 18

    Which one of the following statements is not true?

    A) Lighten a busy background. Make sure the audience can read the text that is on your background.

    B) Give your text some breathing room. In print or on the screen, your text needs to be away from edges and borders.

    C) Put graphics and text side by side. Graphics rarely take up the entire width of the screen, putting text next to, instead of under, minimizes scrolling.

    D) Leave borders around images at all times. Borders around an image are very professional looking and should always be around images whether they are an active link or not.