Evaluation Test Unit 13.Using Behaviors

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1. Behaviors are actions that happen when the users make some action on an object.
a) True.

b) False.

2. Behaviors are made by HTML code.
a) True.

b) False.

3. It is necessary to write JavaScript code to program the behaviors.
a) True.

b) False.

4. The button indicates a new behavior in the Behaviors panel.
a) True.

b) False.

5. Some behaviors do not work for some browsers, so depending on the chosen browser some behaviors will appear and others won't.
a) True.

b) False.

6. It is necessary to choose the web browser whenever you're going to insert a behavior.
a) True.

b) False.

7. The onMouseOver event means...
a) ...when you click.

b) ...show a layer.

c) ...when the mouse is over.

8. The onclick event means...
a) ...when you click.

b) ...close the web browser window.

c) ...when the mouse is over.

9. Using the behaviors it's possible...
a) ...that a layer shows when you click on an object.

b) ...that when the mouse is over an image the web browser window will try to close.

c) Both of the above.

d) None of the above.


10. The JavaScript line code "window.close();" allows one to.
a) Close the web browser window, but only when a onclick action happens.

b) Close the web browser window, when a specified action/event is taking place on a certain object.

c) Both of the above.

d) None of the above.


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