Web Fundamentals Literacy

  • 20m
  • 20 questions
The Web Fundamentals Literacy benchmark will measure your ability to define the purpose of three key website programming and design languages - HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. You will be assessed on your skills to create a simple web page using HTML, control text styles & layout using CSS, define JavaScript functions, and access and manipulate web page content using DOM. A learner who scores high on this benchmark demonstrates that they have the skills to design a simple web page using HTML, apply styles to the web page with CSS, and make it dynamic by responding to user events by adding JavaScript.

Topics covered

  • add color to HTML elements for improved effect
  • apply grid templates to organize page layout and content
  • compare client and server-side programming
  • configure combo boxes and radio buttons on a form
  • declare and use an array function to manipulate its data
  • define semantic tags and recognize the need for them
  • define various JavaScript programming concepts, such as functions, arrays, and objects
  • identify common HTML tags and their attributes
  • identify the need for styling HTML documents using CSS
  • insert a table into an existing web page and use it to organize data
  • outline the elements of the DOM (Document Object Model) and identify its role in document structure
  • perform basic math operations using JavaScript functions
  • recognize the architecture of a web application by using the appropriate terminology
  • respond to HTML events with JavaScript
  • use a text editor and HTML to build a simple web page
  • use functions to modify, change, and print variable values
  • use JavaScript to validate user input via forms
  • work with border styles to distinguish content
  • work with different types of selectors, such as id and class selectors
  • work with form elements to add a form with controls to an existing web page