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1. What is the format for the HTML5 tag to validate an email address? a. <input type = “url” name = “email”> b. <input type = “text” id = “email”> c. <input type = “email” name = “email”>
2. How can Michiyo make the form more user friendly?
3. What input attribute can she use to help the user enter a Japanese Postal Code (Format: nnn-nnnn)?
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2. How can Michiyo make the form more user-friendly?
3. What input attribute can she use to help the user enter a Japanese Postal Code (Format: nnn-nnnn)? .
24 OBJECTIVE 2: Build the User Interface by Using HTML5 _____ / 3 Track Your Score TRAINING FAST TRACK HELP • Better Web Forms with HTML5 Forms • Making Forms Fabulous with HTML5 • HTML5Pattern FAST TRACK HELP
OBJECTIVE 3 Format the User Interface by Using CSS IN THIS CHAPTER 3.1 Understand the core CSS concepts 3.2 Arrange user interface (UI) content by using CSS 3.3 Manage the fl ow of text content by using CSS 3.4 Manage the graphical interface by using CSS
OBJECTIVE format the user interface by using CSS 3.1 UNDERSTAND THE CORE CSS CONCEPTS SCENARIO: Sean Beasley is a web developer for Consolidated Messenger. He has been assigned the task of interviewing a summer intern to help with the company website. Sean prepared a few questions to ask during the interview. Read each of the following prepared questions, and identify the answer that Sean should expect from the candidate. 1. What are the parts of the CSS Box Model?
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2. What generic font families can be used to prevent potential viewing problems? a. Monospace, serif, sans-serif b. Arial, Helvetica, Garmond c. Times New Roman, Comic Sans
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