HTML Chapter 3

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Section 1

Question Answer
A unit of measurement that is fixed in size regardless of the device rendering the Web Page while sucking a huge chodeabsolute path
An element contained within a parent elementchild element
A CSS name for a commonly -used colorcolor name
A numeric expression that describes the properties of a colorColor Value
A selector that matches elements based on their positions in the document hierarchycontextual selector
A rule that specifies a command or directive that controls how browsers interpret and run the contents of a CSS style sheetCSS @rule
The First version of CSS, introduced in 1996CSS1
The second version of CSS, introduced in 1998CSS2
A version of CSS introduced in 2002 to clean up minor errors in the original introduction of CSS2CSS2.1
The current working draft version of CSSCSS3
The number of dots per inch in an output devicedensity
An element that descends from a parent elementdeCENDANT element
A unit of measurement that expresses the font size relative to the font size of the parent elementem unit
A style sheet placed within the head section of an HTML fileembeded style sheet
A style sheet placed in an exturnal fileexternal style sheet

Section 2

Question Answer
A text typefacefont
A font name that describles the general appearance of a fontgeneric font
a negative text indentation in which the fist line extends to the left of the text block hanging indent
A number expressed in the base 16 numbering systemhexadecimal
A color model in which colors are selected from a color wheel at varying levels of saturation and lighnessHSL model
The tint of a color based on the color's location on the color wheel hue
A web form control attribute that idenifies the control boxid attribute
an effect in which the first letter of the first line of a text black appears larger then the surrounding textInitial cap
A style created useing the style attribute within an HTML fileinline style
The space between letterskerning
The height of a text lineleading
the Brightness of a color ranging from 0% (black) up to 100% (white)Lightness
An Element that contains one or more other elementsParent element
A coding technique in which code conforming to older standards is placed before newer codeProgressive enhancement
A unit of measurement that is expressed relative to the sizes of other objects within the Web pagerelative unit

Section 3

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A Classification of an element based on its current status, position, or use in the documentPseudo -class
An element that does not exist in the document hierarchy, but rather is based on obects that exist in the rendered web page.Pseudo -element
The size of the output device, typically expressed in pixelsresolution
A color model in which colors are defined by varying intensities of red, blue, and greenRGB model
A set of numbers representing intensities of Red, green and BlueRGB triplet
The intensity of a color ranging from 0% ( no color) up to 100% (full color)saturation
A page that can be rendered the same way no matter what size is used by the browserScalable
The part of the style rule that defines what element or elements are affected by the ruleselector
two elements that share a common parent elementsibling element
A font name that references a font installed on the users computerSpecific font

Section 4

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A process in which style properties are passed from parent element to its childrenstyle inheritance
A list of style properties applied to an element or to a group of elementsstyle rule
the space between wordstracking
A font that is downloadable by the browser to be used in rendering the Web pageWeb font
A service that supplies Web fonts that page designers can link to for a feeWeb font service bureau
A font that is displayed in mostly the same in all browsers and on all devicesWeb safe font
The Asterisk selector ( * ) which selects all elements in a documentwildcard selector