Test Status
      (A) The methods are basically the same. The only difference is that .width() returns a number, whereas outerWidth() a string.
      (B) width() returns the computed width of the element, while outerWidth() returns the width plus all the margins and paddings.
      (C) No difference. width() is a shorthand alias for outerWidth()
      (A) $('some-class')
      (B) $('#some-class')
      (C) $('.some-class')
      (D) None of the above.
      (A) removes the first element
      (B) removes the last element
      (C) adds the element to the array at the first position
      (D) adds the element to the array at the last position
      (A) .hover()
      (B) .all()
      (C) .toggle()
      (D) .each()
      (A) <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScriptVersion">
      (B) <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScriptVersion">
      (C) <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScriptVersion">JavaScript statements</SCRIPT>
      (D) <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScriptVersion"!> JavaScript statements</SCRIPT>
      (A) Null
      (B) Object
      (C) Undefined
      (D) All of above
      (A) $.support
      (B) $.browser
      (C) $.featureTest
      (D) $.browserTest
      (A) JavaScript that doesn't annoy users
      (B) JavaScript that is separate from HTML
      (C) JavaScript that does not affect a web page
      (D) JavaScript that works even with scripting turned off
      (A) text==pattern
      (B) text.equals(pattern)
      (C) text.test(pattern)
      (D) pattern.test(text)
      (A) Storing numbers, dates, or other values
      (B) Varying randomly
      (C) Causing high-school algebra flashbacks
      (D) None of the above
      (A) dateObjectName = new Date([parameters])
      (B) dateObjectName.new Date([parameters])
      (C) dateObjectName := new Date([parameters])
      (D) dateObjectName Date([parameters])
      (A) alert("Write some text here")
      (B) confirm("Write some text here")
      (C) prompt("Write here some text","Write default value here")