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Page 1 of 4 Chapter 4 Instructions: Highlight or Bold the correct answer. Upload to BlackBoard once complete. Multiple Choice 1. ____ allow you to organize information on a Web page using HTML tags. a. Grids b. Tables c. Worksheets d. Blocks 2. A ____ is a horizontal line of information. a. heading b. cell c. column d. row 3. A ____ cell displays text as bold and center-aligned.
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Page 2 of 4 4. A table ____ is the line that encloses the perimeter of the table. 5. Creating a table for a Web page is a three-step process that does NOT include ____. a. determining if a table is needed b. creating a separate folder for table elements c. planning the table d. coding the table 6. Before writing any HTML code, ____.
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  • Spring '16
  • John Jacobs
  • Review, Web page, Cascading Style Sheets, style sheet, external style sheet

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