CYB_240_Module_One_Lab_Worksheet.docx - CYB 240 Module One Lab Worksheet Complete this worksheet by replacing the bracketed phrases in the Response

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CYB 240 Module One Lab Worksheet Complete this worksheet by replacing the bracketed phrases in the Response column with the relevant information. Lab: Exploring HTML
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Prompt Response In the lab section “Reviewing HTML From a Pentester’s Perspective,” Step 6 , provide a screenshot of the HTML code and login page before closing the window.
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Prompt Response There is a fundamental difference between HTML and xHTML. What rules were applied to xHTML that are not needed for HTML, and why were those rules put in place? Rules: 1) All documents must be well formed. 2) Element and attribute names must be lower case. 3) End tags are required on all non-empty elements. 4) Attribute values must be quoted. 5) No minimization. 6) Empty element restrictions. 7) White space handling restrictions. 8) Script and style element restrictions. 9) Nesting restrictions. 10) Elements name restrictions. 11) Pre-defined value sets. 12) Hex values Explanation: 1) All elements must have a closing tag and must be nested properly 2) XML is case sensitive.
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