NHS Designs
Web Design
the History of the Internet

Quiz #4

Dreamweaver Chapter A
Due: September 26


  1. Creating a good Web site is a complex task.
  2. Code view shows the page as it would appear in a browser.
  3. Hyperlinks are graphic or text elements on a Web page that users click to display another location on the page, another Web page on the same Web site, or a Web page on a different Web site.
  4. Dreamweaver does not have a Help feature.
  5. When building a Web site, it's not important to do any planning ahead of time.
  6. Storyboards are very helpful when planning a Web site, because they allow you to visualize how each page in the site is linked to others.
  7. It's okay to expect viewers to use to Back button to go back to the home page; you don't need to provide a link back.
  8. It's a good idea to create a special folder (such as "assets") to store all non-HTML files such as pictures or sound files.
  9. The site map feature helps you keep track of the relationships between pages in a Web site.
  10. Page titles are not very important in Web pages because hardly anyone ever looks at them.

Multiple Choice

  1. The large white area in the Dreamweaver program window where you create and edit Web pages is called the:
    1. document window.
    2. document toolbar.
    3. property inspector.
    4. file panel.
  2. A window that displays information on a particular topic or contains related commands is called a:
    1. property inspector.
    2. tag selector.
    3. panel.
    4. status bar.
  3. After starting Dreamweaver, you can:
    1. create a new Web site.
    2. create a new Web page.
    3. open an existing Web site or Web page.
    4. all of the above.
  4. This part of the Help feature lists Dreamweaver topics by category:
    1. Index
    2. Contents
    3. Search
    4. Favorites
  5. A Web address that is expressed in letters instead of numbers is called a:
    1. domain name.
    2. IP address.
    3. social security number.
    4. none of the above.
  6. The first few steps for creating a Web site are in the following order:
    1. plan the site, create the pages, set up the basic structure
    2. set up the basic structure, plan the site, create the pages
    3. create the pages, plan the site, set up the basic structure
    4. plan the site, set up the basic structure, create the pages
  7. FTP stands for:
    1. Fixed Time Passage.
    2. File Transfer Protocol.
    3. Functional Test Procedure.
    4. Fiduciary Trial Portal.
  8. You can use the Files Panel for the following task:
    1. add files and folders.
    2. move files and folders.
    3. rename files and folders.
    4. all of the above.
  9. The type of diagram that the site map feature in Dreamweaver uses is a:
    1. pie chart
    2. bar graph
    3. Venn diagram
    4. tree structure
  10. You can access the site definition to edit it, using the following method (may have more than one answer):
    1. Site menu > Manage Sites > Edit
    2. Files panel > Site list arrow > Manage Sites > Edit
    3. Modify menu > Page properties
    4. Commands menu > Site Definition


  1. You can use the __________ panel to create folders to organize and store the various files for your Web site, add pages to your Web site, and to set the home page in Dreamweaver
  2. The first Web page that appears when viewers go to a Web site is called the __________ page.
  3. You can click the __________ button in the Manage Sites dialog box to save your site definition as a file.
  4. A(n) __________ is an assigned series of numbers, separated by periods, that designate an address on the Internet.
  5. A __________ is a sketch that represents every page in a Web site.

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