The pseudo element can only be applied to a block level content and does not

The pseudo element can only be applied to a block

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Question 12 of 151.0 PointsThe _____ pseudo-element can only be applied to a block-level content and does not support padding, margin, or border properties. Question 13 of 151.0 PointsThe _____ property is an excellent method of differentiating headings from the rest of your text. Question 14 of 151.0 PointsThe _____ properties can be applied to tables to increase spacing within cells, add white space around tables, and float them within blocks of text. Question 15 of 151.0 PointsYou can avoid _____ problems by coding to standards and testing for compatibility.
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Part 4 of 4 - True or False 15.0 Points Question 1 of 151.0 PointsThe web server can detect the type of device that is requesting the web page and redirect the user’s browser to the mobile or desktop web site. A. TrueB. FalseAnswer Key: True Question 2 of 151.0 PointsWhen working with CSS property descriptions the angle brackets <> specifies a variable value. Question 3 of 151.0 PointsAll web hosting accounts come with a variable number of email addresses that you can assign toyourself and anyone else you want to have an email address that uses your domain name. Question 4 of 151.0 PointsColor is not inherited from parent to child elements.
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Question 5 of 151.0 PointsIn style rule precedence, styles with class selectors override styles with id selectors. A. TrueB. FalseAnswer Key: False Question 6 of 151.0 PointsAny monitor with a higher resolution will display the layout at 1220 pixels wide, maintaining the integrity of the layout. Question 7 of 151.0 PointsThe 960 grid system has become a commonly accepted standard for many web designers. Question 8 of 151.0 PointsStyle rules express the style characteristics for an HTML element. Question 9 of 15 1.0 Points
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You can manipulate JPG images using imaging software. A. TrueB. FalseAnswer Key: True Question 10 of 151.0 PointsThe computer screen has a higher resolution than the printed page, making fonts that are legible on paper easier to read on-screen. Question 11 of 151.0 PointsContent elements cannot be nested within containers. Question 12 of 151.0 PointsIf you zero margins for the entire page, you do not need to set margins for any elements that youdo not want to place against the edge of the browser window. Question 13 of 151.0 PointsWhen you use a grid to enforce structure, you cannot break out of the grid to provide variety andhighlight important information.
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A. TrueB. FalseAnswer Key: False Question 14 of 151.0 PointsAs more users access the web through smaller devices, type becomes even less important. Question 15 of 151.0 PointsTo ensure the usability of your of your site, you need to draw your test subjects from a similar background.
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