IMED 1416 Study Guide SG05 - SG Chapter 5 Using Tables and...

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SG Chapter 5: Using Tables and ListsTRUE/FALSE1.Tables are mainly used to create rows and columns of data.2.If you anticipate that users with disabilities will frequently visit your Web site, you should only use tables in the design of your site.3.Tables are displayed without borders by default.4.Table cells have the limitation of only being able to display text.5.Usually, heading information describes the contents of a single column or multiple columns within a table.6.Because heading elements are always directly associated with a caption, a user agent can always tell when one is used for a table caption.7.Web browsers size each column to be as wide as the widest item in each cell, up to the width of the browser window.8.The widthproperty can not be applied to tables.9.If you want an entire row to have the same alignment, it is easier to place the align attribute in the row’s opening <tr> tag.10.Table structure elements are required in order for a document to be well formed.11.To apply default alignment and CSS styles to entire sections of a table, you can use table structure ele-ments.12.Most browsers do not yet support scrolling a table body independent of its header and footer.13.<thead>information is typically placed within the <th>element.14.Row group elements do not support the alignattribute.15.You can include only one <tbody>element in a table.16.To specify more than one column in a colgroup, use the numattribute.17.You can use the formatattribute to format multiple columns in a column group.18.The size of cells or columns in a table are determined automatically by each user agent.19.If you want to use tables to simulate frames, you have to create a table with one cell less than the num-ber of frames you want.20.Tables that simulate frames differ from actual frames in that with frames, a new link will open up within a different area of the current page, whereas with tables, the new link will open up in a com-pletely new page.
21.You cannot nest a table within a table cell, because tables can only contain specific kinds of content.22.Even though you should handle the visual display of content with CSS, you can use several types of built-in formatting options without CSS.23.Border properties exist for the right, left, top, and bottom borders.24.Tables should never include empty cells, as they are not necessary in well designed Web pages.25.Most Web browsers do not render the borders around empty cells.

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