Chapter 2: Web Site Design Principles
1. Almost every Web site has at least one flaw.
2. Not only should you plan for a deliberate look and feel for your Web site, but you must also test your
design against the variable na
Chapter 3: Site Planning
1. A good Web site design requires a detailed initial planning phase.
2. What you and the design team want the Web site to accomplish and what your users want from your
site rarely differ.
Chapter 5: Web Typography
1. The consistent use of type to express hierarchy of your content provides valuable information cues to
2. In strict typography terms, a font is the name of the type, such as Times N
Chapter 4: Cascading Style Sheets
1. Style rules express the style characteristics for an HTML element.
2. You can combine selectors and property declarations in a variety of ways.
3. It is not nece
Chapter 8: Graphics and Color
1. When using the GIF file format, the more colors you use, the greater the compression and the smaller
the file size.
2. Animated GIFs require a special plug-in for viewing.
Chapter 7: Page Layouts
1. In a standard HTML document, the default position of elements is generally top to bottom and left to
2. In the normal flow for block-level elements, boxes are laid out horizontally once a
Chapter 9: Site Navigation
1. The free-flowing nature of information in a nonlinear hypertext environment can be confusing to
2. A good Web site lets its users know where they are at all times and where they can
Chapter 1: HTML and the Modern Web
1. The W3C was founded before HTML was first formalized.
2. The various committees that make up the W3C look to expand and set standards for the many new
Web technologies that have emer
Chapter 6: Box Properties
1. Block elements can contain other block elements or inline boxes that contain the element content.
2. Inline-level elements form new blocks of content.
3. Parent elements
Intro to Programming in C - Programming Assignment 2 (bank.c)
DUE MONDAY, MARCH 29, 11:59 PM
ALGORITHM DUE FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 11:59 PM
Assignment purpose: User defined functions, pointers, Menu driven program
You will write a program that will manage mone
/Lab Assignment 2
printf("Hello my name is Camille\n");
printf("Please enter a number");
num2 = num + 522;
1. Invoke NetBeans and create a project Exercise 4.
Add the following lines to the main method:
for (int i=1; i<=10; i=i+1)
sum = sum + i;
Run the project. What is the output produce
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Chapter 10: Data Tables
1. HTML tables are designed not only to present data properly in the browser window, but to be read sequentially by screen readers and other assistive devices.
2. Table <tr> tags contain both table
Chapter 11: Web Forms
1. Forms collect and process data.
2. Forms rarely contain basic HTML formatting tags such as <p> and <br/>.
3. CGI can only collect data sent by a user, it cannot return a res
Chapter 12: Web Page Design Studio
1. An initial design mockup is usually created using a program like Adobe Photoshop, so it is not an actual Web page, but a picture of what the finished Web site will look like.
2. In or
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