Test Status
      (A) eXtra Modern Link
      (B) eXtensible Markup Language
      (C) Example Markup Language
      (D) X-Markup Language
      (A) All the statements are true
      (B) All XML documents must have a DTD
      (C) All XML elements must have a closing tag
      (A) Yes
      (B) No
      (C) Somtimes
      (D) Cant say
      (A) Internet Explorer 5.5
      (B) Netscape 4.7
      (C) RealPlayer
      (D) both 1 and 2
      (A) well-formed
      (B) well-documented
      (C) non-validating and validating
      (D) none of the above
      (A) it contains a root element.
      (B) it contain an element.
      (C) it contains one or more elements.
      (D) must contain one or more elements and root element must contain all other elements.
      (A) are copied into output "as is", i.e. "CR+LF" for Windows, CR for Macintosh, LF for Unix.
      (B) are converted to single LF symbol
      (C) are converted to single CR symbol
      (D) are discardedb
      (A) well-formed
      (B) validating
      (C) non-validating
      (D) Both 2 & 3
      (A) the document has root element.
      (B) the document contains atleast one or more root element
      (C) the XML document has DTD associated with it & it complies with that DTD
      (D) Each element must nest inside any enclosing element property
      (A) Hyperlinks and Text Markup Language
      (B) Hyper Text Markup Language
      (C) Home Tool Markup Language
      (D) Hyper Test Markup Language
      (A) Graphical
      (B) Work and academic experience
      (C) Private personal information
      (D) Links to sites of interest
      (A) Yes - many companies and parents actually do
      (B) No
      (C) Only with a cybersitter add on
      (A) Creative Style Sheets
      (B) Colorful Style Sheets
      (C) Cascading Style Sheets
      (D) Computer Style Sheets
      (A) The World Wide Web Consortium
      (B) Mozilla
      (C) Microsoft
      (A) HTML can have user defined tags, XML cannot
      (B) HTML is used for exchanging data, XML is not.
      (C) XML is used for exchanging data, HTML is not
      (D) Both b and c above
      (A) The web audience
      (B) The operating environment of your ISP
      (C) The operating system of your visitor
      (D) Each consideration should determine your web design choices
      (A) Never
      (B) Always
      (C) Unless border is set to zero