HTML Basic Quizzes

HTML Ordered and Unordered Lists Quiz

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HTML Basics Quiz Summary

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HTML5 Basics Lessons Description Quiz Info.
Lesson 1 - Starting OutIn this lesson we gather the tools we need to get started on our journey into the world of HTML.Quiz1
7 questions
Lesson 2 - First HTML WebpageIn this lesson we discuss the syntax of a HTML element and do our first practical.Quiz2
7 questions
Lesson 3 - HTML Structure - DocumentWhat is the document structure of a HTML page, we find out in this lesson.Quiz3
7 questions
Lesson 4 - Text TagsIn this lesson we take our first look at HTML text tags.Quiz4
7 questions
Lesson 5 - FormattingIn this lesson we take our first look at HTML formatting tags.Quiz5
8 questions
Lesson 6 - Inline SemanticsIn this lesson we take a first look at the inline semantic HTML tags available.Quiz6
10 questions
Lesson 7 - ListsIn this lesson we learn how to create ordered and unordered lists.This quiz.
7 questions
Lesson 8 - ImagesIn this lesson we learn how to enhance the look of our web pages with images.Quiz8
6 questions
Lesson 9 - LinksIn this lesson we learn about getting from A to B using links.Quiz9
6 questions
Lesson 10 - Language TagsIn this lesson we learn about the different language tags.Quiz10
7 questions

HTML Basics Quiz 7

The quiz below tests your knowledge of the material learnt in HTML5 Basics - Lesson 7 - Ordered and Unordered Lists.

Question 1 : Which type of HTML tag do we use to generate a numbered list?
- We use the <code>ol</code> HTML tag to generate a numbered list.
Question 2 : You can reverse ordering of an unordered list using the <reversed> attribute?
- This is false as unordered lists don't have any attributes but you can reverse ordered lists using the <code>reversed</code> attribute.
Question 3 : Why would we use a <ul> tag instead of an <ol> tag for a list?
- We use the <code>ul</code> HTML tag for lists when we are not concerned with ordering.
Question 4 : Ordered lists that are not reversed always start with 1?
- Ordered lists can begin from an ordinal number using the <code>start</code> or <code>type</code> attributes .
Question 5 : Which HTML tag do we use to define the content of our ordered and unordered lists.?
- We use the <code>li</code> HTML tag to define the content of our ordered and unordered lists.
Question 6 : We can change the marker type of an ordered list?
- This is true as we can change the marker type of an ordered list using the <code>type</code> attribute.
Question 7 : We can define a list within a list in HTML?
- Having lists within lists is perfectly acceptable in HTML.
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HTML5 Basic Tutorials - Lesson 7 - Ordered and Unordered Lists


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