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Test answers for FrontPage 2000 Test 2016

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Q.1. Can you create a form inside a form using FrontPage 2000?

  • Yes
  • No

Q.2. Why are Shared Borders used in FrontPage 2000?

  • To enhance the download speed of the web pages at the time of browsing
  • To quickly allow users to place the same content on multiple pages in one step
  • They are a good alternative to using frames as they reduce the HTML code in the website
  • They are necessary if you want to use Navigation Bars

Q.3. In the figure, (A) represents the original graphic and (B) represents the graphic after it has been manipulated/ changed using one of the options on the Pictures Toolbar. Which of the options (1-26) on the Pictures Toolbar has been applied to the figure (A)?

  • Option number 19
  • Option number 20
  • Option number 25
  • Option number 26

Q.4. In the figure, the text has neatly wrapped around a picture. What is the most convenient way of achieving this?

  • Place the text and the picture inside one cell of a table, then choose the ‘Right’ wrap style under the menu Format->Position
  • Drag the picture and place it on top of the text. Select the picture and choose wrap style as ‘Right’ under the menu Format->Position
  • Drag the picture and place it on top of the text. Select the text and picture and choose wrap style as ‘Right’ under the menu Format->Position
  • Place a position box on the page, then add the text and picture inside the box and specify a wrapping style

Q.5. Which of the following statements is true with regards to the design of a website that would only enable commands supported by Microsoft Internet Explorer:

  • To enable commands supported by Microsoft Internet Explorer only, you can set ‘Microsoft Internet Explorer Only’ in the ‘Browsers’ dropdown list at Tools->Page Options->Compatibility
  • There is no option available for enabling the commands supported by Internet Explorer only. The nearest option available is to enable commands supported by both Internet Explorer and Microsoft Web TV
  • There is no option available for enabling the commands supported by Internet Explorer only. The nearest option available is to enable commands supported by both Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator
  • You can enable commands supported by Microsoft Internet Explorer but you must have the FrontPage Server Extensions installed on your Web Server to allow this feature to work properly

Q.6. How can you create a box around text placed on a web page, as shown in the figure?

  • Place the text in a table and give the table a boundary
  • Choose ‘box’ under the Menu Format->Borders and Sharing
  • Right click on the selected text, choose ‘add boundary’ in the text properties
  • Right click on the selected text, choose ‘add box’ in the text properties

Q.7. State whether the following statement is true or false?

You can easily incorporate Microsoft Access databases into a Web page. Site visitors can then add or edit the database directly from their Web browsers.

  • True
  • False

Q.8. Consider the following form definition:

<FORM NAME=FRMDATA METHOD=POST ACTION=”test.asp”>

<INPUT TYPE=TEXT NAME=DATA value=”1″>

<INPUT TYPE=TEXT NAME=DATA value=”2″>

<INPUT TYPE=TEXT NAME=DATA value=”3″>

<INPUT TYPE=TEXT NAME=DATA value=”4″>

<BR>

<INPUT TYPE=SUBMIT NAME=BTNSUBMIT VALUE=”Click”>

</FORM>

If the above form is submitted without changing any of the values in the Text boxes, what will be the value(s) of the DATA field on the target page?

  • 1
  • 1234
  • 4
  • 1, 2, 3, 4
  • Null
  • 10
  • An error will be there

Q.9. Which of the following holds true for the <META> tag?

  • It includes meta data about your web page consisting of keywords for search engines, refresh rates for client pulls and more
  • It is used to specify the pre-determined format to be used to interpret the contents of your page
  • It connects the attributes/tags of your page to an HTTP header file
  • It is used to specify the title of the page

Q.10. How can you link an external stylesheet to your HTML documents?

  • <link rel=”stylesheet” type=”text/css” href=”….” >
  • <link value=”stylesheet” type=”text/css” href=”….” >
  • <link rel=”text/css” type=”stylesheet” href=”….” >
  • <style rel=”stylesheet” type=”text/css” href=”….” ></style>
  • <style><a href=”….”></style>
  • <style><link href=”….”></style>
  • <style><link type=”text/css” href=”….”></style>

Q.11. A page banner is a quick way to add titles to your pages. How do you add the page titles on the Page banners?

  • Right click on the page banner and edit the properties to change the page title
  • The Page banner picks the Page titles from Navigation view
  • You can directly place text on the banner in ‘Page View’ mode
  • The Page banner is an image. You can alter the text on the banner through an image editor like Microsoft Image Composer or Adobe Photoshop

Q.12. State whether the following statement is true or false.

You can add a sound effect to a hover button.

  • True
  • False

Q.13. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) version 2.0 introduced effects such as position boxes and the ability to layer page elements on top of or behind one another. Which of the following statements regarding CSS Version 2.0 support for Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator browsers is correct?

  • CSS 2.0 support is only available on Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0
  • CSS 2.0 support is available on Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0
  • CSS 2.0 support is only available on Netscape Navigator 4.0
  • CSS 2.0 support is available on Netscape Navigator 3.0
  • CSS 2.0 support is available on Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 as well as Netscape Navigator 4.0

Q.14. What is the function of the ‘initial value’ box shown in the figure?

  • It specifies the left coordinate of the text box in the form
  • It specifies a hidden value that is to be passed when the form is submitted
  • It allows text to appear in the text box when a site visitor first opens the form
  • It is used to set the Tab Order of the Text box

Q.15. You create a Web with a guestbook or hit counter and then publish the web. Later, you update your web pages. If you publish all of your files, including the file that records guestbook information, you will save a blank guestbook over the existing one and the hit counter will start from zero all over again – losing all the information. How can you overcome this problem?

Answers:

  • In the properties of the file in the Upload status report, select the ‘Exclude this file when publishing the rest of the web’ check box
  • In the properties of the file in the Upload status report, deselect the ‘Exclude this file when publishing the rest of the web’ check box
  • Do not add pages with the guestbook or hit counter in the Web until it is hosted for the last and final time
  • FrontPage 2000 retains the information contained in a guestbook or hit counter even if you publish it again. These options can only be reset from the Windows registry
  1. Dynamic HTML (DHTML) is a Microsoft enhancement to HTML version 4.0 that lets you create special effects on your web pages. Which of the following statements regarding DHTML is correct?
  • DHTML support is available on Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0
  • DHTML support is available on Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0
  • DHTML support is available on Netscape Navigator 4.0
  • DHTML support is available on Netscape Navigator 3.0

Q.17. You plan to publish a CD-ROM disc containing HTML pages. How do you create a link from a page in the \guide directory folder to the \guide\himalayas\everest.htm page?

  • <A HREF=”../guide/himalayas/everest.htm”>Mount Everest</A>
  • <A HREF=”.././guide/himalayas.htm”>Mount Everest</A>
  • <A HREF=”http://www/guide/himalayas/everest.htm”>Mount Everest</A>
  • <A HREF=”himalayas/everest.htm”>Mount Everest</A>
  • <A HREF=”file:///f:\guide\himalayas\everest.htm”>Mount Everest</A>

Q.18. State whether the following statement is true or false.

 

If you target your Web for compatibility with Apache server, Active Server Pages are disabled by default.

  • True
  • False

Q.19. The figure shows the Custom tab of the page properties where you can index keywords to your home page to make your web more accessible to search engines such as Yahoo! or Alta Vista. How do you achieve this?

  • By deleting all the items under ‘User variables’ and entering the names of the various search engines separated by commas eg. Yahoo.com, Altavista.com
  • Under User Variables, type ‘keywords’ in the Name box. In the Value box type the index keywords for your site
  • Under System Variables, type ‘keywords’ in the Name box. In the Value box type the index keywords for your site
  • Under System Variables, type ‘keywords’ in the Name box. In the Value box type default

Q.20. You want to use an image as a submit button. Which of the following will you use?

  • <INPUT TYPE=”submit” SRC=”sign-in.gif” NAME=”signxy”>
  • <INPUT TYPE=”image” SRC=”sign-in.gif” NAME=”signxy”>
  • <IMG SRC=”sign-in.gif”><INPUT TYPE=”submit” NAME=”signxy”></IMG>
  • <INPUT TYPE=”image” submitsrc=”sign-in.gif” NAME=”signxy”>
  • <INPUT TYPE=”submit” value=”sign-in.gif” NAME=”signxy”>

Q.21. Fill in the blanks with a statement from the below options that makes the complete sentence meaningful:

 

You can publish your website using HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) if:

  • You have the IP Address of the Web server where you would like to publish your web
  • You are using Secure Socket Layer
  • The FrontPage Server Extensions are installed on the Web server to which you are publishing the web
  • You have the FTP username and FTP password

Q.22. You are about to deliver a website that you have developed for a client. While testing the Website you notice that the hit counter on the site has been incremented by your own visits while testing. How can you reset the counter to zero to count just site visitors?

  • Once the hit counter has been incremented you can change it back to zero from the Windows registry
  • Once the hit counter has been incremented you can change it back to zero by making changes to the analysis.sys file located at Windows/frontpage2000/analysis.sys
  • In Page view, double-click [HitCounter]. Select the ‘Reset counter to’ box, and then type 0 in the box
  • In Page view, double-click [HitCounter]. Select the ‘Fixed number of digits’ box, and then type 0 in the box
  • The Hit Counter cannot be turned back to 0

Q.23. You design a very appealing website in Frontpage 2000 by adding a lot of graphics and pictures. You fear that the file size of some of the pages might have become too big which will lead to slow downloading of those pages. What is the quickest way for you to find out which pages will download slowly?

  • Host the site on a web server and individually check the download speed of each page.
  • You can get information on all your slow pages in the ‘Slow pages’ row in the ‘Site Summary’ Report in View->Reports
  • Check the ‘Size’ property of the page in a browser by right clicking on the webpage. Similarly check the size of each graphic and picture on the page
  • You can get information on all your slow pages in the ‘pictures’ row and the ‘all files’ row in the ‘Site Summary’ Report in View->Reports

Q.24. You are creating a webpage that consists of frames. You put a hyperlink on one of the pages, but in that hyperlink, you have accidentally specified the name of a target frame that doesn’t exist. What will happen when the hyperlink is clicked?

  • A ‘Page Not Found’ error is generated
  • A ‘Frame Not Found’ error is generated
  • The new page will be displayed in the frame containing the hyperlink
  • The browser will open a new window to display the new page
  • The non-existent frame will be created dynamically with a default set of values
  • Nothing will happen, the source page will be reloaded

Q.25. topic:Please fill in the blank with an appropriate statement:

 

If you have text that you want to put into a table without manually pasting each entry one at a time, you can directly convert it into a table, as long as _____________

  • the text will not occupy more than 255 rows of the table and the text contains separator characters that indicate how to divide it into columns and rows
  • the text will not occupy more than 255 columns of the table and the text contains separator characters that indicate how to divide it into columns and rows.
  • the text contains separator characters that indicate how to divide it into columns and rows and you are using FrontPage 2000 Server Extensions
  • the text contains separator characters that indicate how to divide it into columns and rows

Q.26. The figure shows the Auto Thumbnail icon on the Pictures Toolbar. Which of the following statements are true about the Auto Thumbnail feature?

  • The feature will be unavailable if the picture you selected is already smaller than a thumbnail
  • The feature will be unavailable if the picture has a hyperlink or hotspot set for it
  • The feature will be unavailable if the picture is an animation
  • Thumbnails are only visible at design time

Q.27. How do you add comments as notes to yourself in a file in your Web?

  • Add the comments about the file in the comments box by right clicking the file and choosing Properties->Summary
  • Add the comments about the file in the comments box by right clicking the file and choosing Insert->Comment..
  • Add the comments about the file in the comments box by positioning the insertion point anywhere on the page in Page view, Right clicking and choosing Properties->Comments
  • The only way to add comments is to add them through HTML by going to Insert->Advanced->HTML

Q.28. The figure shows the ‘Appearance’ Tab of the Picture properties. The ‘Keep aspect ratio’ box is checked. Which of the following statements is true about the ‘Keep aspect ratio’ setting:

  • If it is selected, it will preserve the height-to-width proportions of the picture
  • If it is selected, and a pixel value is entered in either the Width or Height box, Microsoft FrontPage automatically changes the value in the other box to preserve the graphic’s proportions
  • If you do not select this option, you can stretch the image to any extent
  • Selecting this option helps keep the file size of the picture the same when you stretch it or compact it

Q.29. In the figure, (A) represents the original graphic and (B) represents the graphic after it has been manipulated/ changed using one of the options on the Pictures Toolbar. Which of the options (1-26) on the Pictures Toolbar has been applied to the figure (A)?

  • Option number 3
  • Option number 14
  • Option number 17
  • Option number 18

Q.30. If you want to find out the number and sizes of files and pictures or the  number and types of hyperlinks in your website designed with Frontpage 2000, what is the most convenient way.

  • Click the ‘Site Summary’ option in the View->Reports Menu
  • Preview each web page in a browser and right click on the pictures to see their properties & on the page to view the source code. Use a text editor to find the number and type of hyperlinks in the source code.
  • Click the ‘All files’ option in the View->Reports Menu
  • Click the ‘Publish status’ option in the View->Reports Menu

Q.31. Please fill in the blanks. If you target your web for compatibility with Microsoft Web TV in the Browsers box, JavaScript ____________________

  • support is enabled by default
  • support is disabled by default
  • pages might not be displayed properly, or they might contain errors
  • support is enabled by default in Internet Explorer 4.o and newer versions

Q.32. In a Workgroup setting, you can more effectively manage your workflow by assigning tasks to different team members. To which of the following can you assign a task?

  • A person
  • A workgroup
  • A web
  • Anything that you can type or select in the Assigned To report

Q.33. You have created a form in an HTML document, but you forgot to specify a value for the ACTION attribute within the form tag. What will happen?

  • An HTML error will be generated
  • The URL of the default document is assumed as the target for the form
  • The URL of the Index Document is assumed as the target for the form
  • The URL is assumed as http://search.msn.com if the browser is IE and http://search.gopher.com in any other browser
  • The URL of the HTML document itself is assumed
  • None of the elements of the form will be displayed in the browser

Q.34. In the figure, (A) represents the original graphic and (B) represents the graphic after it has been manipulated/ changed using one of the options on the Pictures Toolbar. Which of the options (1-26) on the Pictures Toolbar has been applied to the figure (A)?

  • Option number 15
  • Option number 16
  • Option number 18
  • Option number 19

Q.35. Can you change the background picture of a theme that you have applied to a web site?

  • Yes
  • No

Q.36. In FrontPage 2000, you can apply a theme to the current page so that your page has an attractive appearance. What happens when you select the ‘Active Graphics’ check box in the Themes window?

  • You can add unlimited graphics on the page that contains the theme
  • The theme uses graphics that have a fast download speed
  • The theme uses a lively set of banners, buttons, bullets, and other graphical elements

Q.37. How can you see the number of broken hyperlinks in your Frontpage 2000 Web?

  • Preview the site in a browser and click on each hyperlink to see if it works properly
  • Click the ‘Unlinked files’ option under the View ->Reports Menu
  • Click the ‘Broken Hyperlinks’ option under the View ->Reports Menu
  • Click the ‘Recalculate Hyperlinks’ option on the Tools Menu

Q.38. _private is a folder that exists in every Web. Which of the following statements are true about this folder:

  • It is used for storing the private comments about each page
  • It is used for storing the FTP username and password of the web server where the site will be hosted
  • You can hide pages by placing them in this folder
  • The folder stores FrontPage 2000 program information such as the current hit counter number or the entries in the guest book

Q.39. How can you prevent site visitors from resizing a frame when viewing it in a browser?

  • Frames cannot be resized while viewing the site through a browser
  • Right-click in the frame, click Frame Properties on the shortcut menu and choose ‘Split Frames’
  • It is not possible to prevent the frame from being resized when viewing it in a browser
  • Right-click in the frame, click Frame Properties on the shortcut menu, and then adjust the Width to zero and Height to zero in the Frame size area and then clear the Resizable in browser check box
  • Right-click in the frame, click Frame Properties on the shortcut menu, and then clear the Resizable in browser check box

Q.40. You create a spreadsheet for your web by adding a Microsoft Office Spreadsheet component to a page. Some visitors to your site report that they see a watermark instead of the spreadsheet. What could the problem be?

  • Microsoft Office Web Component controls are not installed on the visitors computer
  • You do not have the FrontPage Server Extensions available on your web server
  • You do not have Microsoft Office Web Component controls installed on your Web Server
  • Microsoft Excel is not installed on the visitors computer

Q.41. What is the maximum number of shared borders that you can add to a page?

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5

Q.42. Which of the following statements are true regarding resampling of pictures in FrontPage 2000:

  • Resampling a picture alters its pixel size to match its current display size
  • If you resize a picture by making it smaller in size and click on resample, the picture appears smaller on the page, but the file size is unchanged
  • Resampling a picture only changes the HTML tags that tell the Web browser how to display the picture
  • When you resample the picture by making it smaller in size, the file size is reduced to match the smaller size

Q.43. The figure shows the ‘Scheduled Picture’ submenu. What is a scheduled picture?

  • A picture that uses only 8 colors and takes less than 5 seconds to download at 28.8 kbps
  • A picture that has been edited using the tools available in Microsoft FrontPage 2000
  • A picture that has a file extension of either gif, jpep or jpg
  • A picture that has been set to be displayed on another page during a specific time period
  • A special customizable warning icon that automatically becomes visible on the homepage when there is a problem with the Web Server

Q.44. How can you show or hide borders around frames?

  • On the File menu, click Properties, click the Frames tab, and then type the width of the border as zero to hide the frames or specify the width in pixels to display the frame
  • On the File menu, click Properties, click the Frames tab, and then type the width of the border as ‘invisible’ to hide the frames or specify the width in pixels to display the frame
  • On the File menu, click Properties, click the Frames tab, and then select or clear the ‘Show borders’ check box
  • Change the border color of the frame to the same color as the background color of your web page

Q.45. The figure shows the page properties of a frames page with the ‘Frame Spacing’ set to 0 and the ‘Show Borders’ box Unchecked. What effect does this setting have on the visual appearance of the frame?

  • It creates frames with a default boundary of 1 pixel
  • It creates invisible frames
  • It creates frames with a 3D default boundary of 1 pixel

• This setting will bring up a warning saying

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