Fundamental of WEB MCQs offer a comprehensive set of multiple choice questions with answers designed to test your knowledge of the fundamental principles and concepts that underlie the world of web development and design. Whether you’re a beginner looking to solidify your understanding or a seasoned professional aiming to stay sharp, these MCQs cover a wide range of topics, from HTML and CSS to web technologies and best practices. Challenge yourself and expand your expertise in the dynamic and ever-evolving field of web fundamentals with these thought-provoking questions.These MCQs will help students in university exams,competitive exams and interviews preparation.


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1. ________ element is a grouping element

  • dw
  • Span
  • Span, dw.
  • italic

2. A language that is used for creating other languages is called __________

  • markup language
  • meta language
  • schema language
  • software language

3. All XML documents must contain exactly one _____

  • root element.
  • prolog
  • child element.
  • function

4. Lines preceding the root element are the ______ of the XML document

  • child
  • function
  • prolog
  • comments

5. a software program is called, ______ is required to process an XML document

  • XML object model
  • XML compiler.
  • XML parser
  • XML Interpreter.

6. An XML document is considered to be syntactically incorrect if ___________

  • contains a start tag & end tag.
  • properly rested tags.
  • attribute values in quotes
  • contains two root elements

7. _______ is an example for an application that has a built in XML parser

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE5).
  • Google chrome
  • Epic
  • Mozilla Firefox

8. An element that contains a plus sign next to it, is called _________.

  • pixel element.
  • positive element.
  • style sheet element
  • container element

9. ________ enables computer to process the characters for most of the world’s major languages.

  • Multicode
  • ASCII code
  • Unicode
  • Text code

10. ________ is enclosed in angle brackets.

  • Character data.
  • Markup text.
  • Container element.
  • Procedure
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