5 Written questions
5 Multiple choice questions
- Companies that provide customers with access to the internet.
- Special sites on the web that are designed to help people find information stored on other sites.
- Set of web pages generally located on the same server as a collection of information, which is maintained by a person, group or organization.
- The address the web uses to identify hypertext documents.
- Hypertext Markup Language used to create web pages.
5 True/False questions
Browsers → An earlier, text-only method of accessing information from the internet.
World Wide Web → The asterisk (*) that is inserted before a keyword that means, "Anything can go here."
Surfing or Browsing → Programs such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safaris, etc. that display hypertext files and allow the user to connect to a document and display it.
Gopher → An earlier, text-only method of accessing information from the internet.
FTP → Permits your computer to log onto another computer and use it as if you were there.