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  1. A
    <a href=”mailto:webmaster@xcompany.com”>webmaster</a>

    B
    <a href=”webmaster@xcompany.com”>webmaster</a>

    C
    <a http=”mail:webmaster@xcompany.com”>webmaster</a>

    D
    <mail http=”send:webmaster@xcompany.com”>webmaster</mail>

    E
    <a href=”mailto://webmaster@xcompany.com”>webmaster</a>

    Explanation: Not available 

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  2. A
    It doesn’t need a closing tag

    B
    The language attribute cannot be specified with it

    C
    The name and type attributes are optional

    D
    The class, id and title can be specified for it

    Explanation: Not available 

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  3. A
    <div lang=”en” xml:lang=”en”>Listing A</div>

    B
    <div language=”en”>Listing A</div>

    C
    <div language=”en” xhtml:lang=”en”>Listing A</div>

    D
    <div xml:language=”en”>Listing A</div>

    Explanation: Not available 

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  4. A
    The “name” should be specified

    B
    The “disabled” attribute disables the drop-down list

    C
    The “multiple” attribute allows the user to choose multiple options

    D
    The text specified in the “value” is displayed in the drop-down list

    E
    None of the above

    Explanation: Not available 

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  5. A
    <p>This is the starting of a new paragraph

    B
    <P>This is the starting of a new paragraph<P>

    C
    Here is a break statement <br></br>

    D
    New Horizontal line <hr />

    Explanation: Not available 

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  6. A
    XHTML is a stricter and cleaner version of HTML *

    B
    XHTML is almost identical to HTML 4.01

    C
    XHTML and HTML both are used to generate dynamic content

    D
    XHTML brings together the elements of HTML and the syntax of XML

    Explanation: Not available 

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  7. A
    An image must be resized in an editor to fit in the specified space on a webpage If you have a big image but specify smaller height and width attributes in the <img> tag, only the top left

    B
    portion of the image will be displayed in the browser

    C
    Both a and b are correct

    D
    The height and width attributes allow resizing the image on the webpage

    Explanation: Not available 

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