Wk 6 Checkpoint - displayed in the space for the box 4 The...

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1. CheckPoint: Quick Check Resource: New Perspectives on Blended HTML, XHTML, and CSS Complete the six short-answer questions in Session 5.1 Quick Check located on the bottom of p. 227 of New Perspectives on Blended HTML, XHTML, and CSS . Post your answers in a Microsoft ® Word ® document as an attachment. 1. You can draw attention to a box by making a border around it using colors or images to decorate it. 2. To determine the size of a box you would adjust the width and height properties. 3. The property that will determine whether or not a box has a scroll bar is the overflow properties. This property is used to determine what happens if there is too much text to be
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Unformatted text preview: displayed in the space for the box. 4. The four values for the overflow properties are: visible, hidden, scroll, and auto. Visible allows the box to expand as much as possible. Hidden does not display overflow text; scroll bars do not display. Scroll displays scroll bars so users can scroll through the box when more text is entered into the box than can be displayed. Auto displays scroll bars only if necessary. 5. The float property will position a box to the left or the right. 6. If a box is floated right the text will wrap around the left side of the box....
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