Chapter 7: Page LayoutsTRUE/FALSE1.In a standard HTML document, the default position of elements is generally top to bottom and left to right.
PTS:1REF:2942.In the normal flow for block-level elements, boxes are laid out horizontally once after the other, begin-ning at the left of the containing block.
PTS:1REF:2943.When you start to use floats to build page layouts, the behavior of floats can cause problems.
PTS:1REF:2964.Divisions cannot be nested within divisions.
PTS:1REF:2975.A typical Web page design can contain both floating and nonfloating elements.
PTS:1REF:2986.Floating elements must always have a specified width or they will expand to the size of the browser window.
PTS:1REF:2997.Floats are designed to stay inside of their containing element.
PTS:1REF:2998.If you have multiple columns, at least one needs to be nonfloating and positioned with margin proper-ties.
PTS:1REF:3009.Using floating elements limits the variety of options you can use for page layouts.
PTS:1REF:30310.When you are floating an element within another element, the order of the elements is important.
PTS:1REF:303MULTIPLE CHOICE1.In the past, Web designers used ____ to create multiple column layouts and gain more control of their page designs.