SKILL BENCHMARK

Web Design with HTML5 and CSS3 Literacy

  • 30m
  • 30 questions
The Web Design with HTML5 and CSS3 Literacy benchmark will measure your ability to understand HTML5 syntax, structure, tags, and comments. You will be evaluated on your skills to work with CSS3, and how to use block elements with HTML5. A learner who scores high on this benchmark demonstrates that they have the skills to recognize the basic usage of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to design a simple web page.

Topics covered

  • add a calendar to an HTML5 document
  • add the form section to an HTML5 document
  • apply color to an HTML5 document
  • apply CSS3 to small sections of the HTML5 webpage by using SPAN tags
  • apply meta tags to an HTML5 document
  • apply the !DOCTYPE declaration to an HTML5 document
  • configure a development environment for HTML5
  • create a dropdown list in HTML5
  • create an e-mail link in an HTML5 document
  • create clickable hotspots on an image in HTML5
  • create comments in HTML5
  • create heading tags in an HTML5 document
  • create paragraph and line break tags in an HTML5 document
  • create the basic page layout structure for an HTML5 document
  • define the structure of an HTML5 document
  • describe external vs. internal JavaScript
  • describe how lists can be created in HTML5
  • describe how tables can be created in HTML5
  • describe how to space and format code in an HTML5 document
  • describe JavaScript alert, confirm, and prompt pop-ups
  • describe what JavaScript is and how it is used in the browser to manipulate HTML5
  • describe why using an external CSS3 style sheet is better than doing it within an HTML5 document
  • perform modifications to HTML5 tags using CSS3
  • recognize and describe the structure of the CSS3 syntax for HTML5
  • specify how the value and name form attributes are used in HTML5
  • specify when to use an Absolute versus a Relative link
  • use CSS3 to manipulate DIVs in an HTML5 document
  • use JavaScript in HTML tags
  • use special characters in an HTML5 document
  • use the number field in HTML5

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