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Final exam review for Web Design 2

CSS represents the characteristics of every Web page element using this concept: box model
The space outside the border between the border and adjacent or parent elements. margin
The size of the padding, border, and margin are generally not included in the: width
When working with box model shorthand properties, a border with three values will have values that apply to width, style, and: height
This type of layout gives your Web page the flexibility to adjust its width based on the width of a user’s browser window while still maintaining your intended layout: fluid layout
The most widely accepted width for a monitor screen, for design purposes, is: 1024 pixels
If a web designer does not want the Web page width to vary at all, even on computer monitors of varying sizes, create this type of layout: fixed
If you provide four values for the margin or padding property, browsers apply the first value to the: top
Selectors that enable you to isolate a piece of a larger element for styling are called: pseudo-elements
When using a drop cap, you use this property to make the text that follows the enlarged letter flow around it: float
CSS3 made both rgb and hsl more flexible by adding this: alpha channel
When using rgba and hsla, the earlier triplet of values becomes a set of four, with the final value representing the level of opacity as a decimal value; a zero represents: transparent
This value for the text-shadow property controls the color of the shadow behind text: color
A free script library created by Faruk Ates and Paul Irish. Once it is linked to a Web page, it tests each user’s browser to detect which properties are supported. Modernizr
Browser sniffing relies on using this, which asks the browser to identify itself. script
To create buttons out of unordered lists, you change the display from block to: inline
This is used with the figure tag to add a description that appears on the page, usually below the image. figcaption
Flash video is saved in this video format: FLV
This type of AVI encoding works best with mobile devices: H.264
The most common type of compressed audio format is: MP3
To embed compressed audio that can be used in Firefox or Opera, use this as a fallback: OGG
Flash: Pressing this will create a keyframe. F6
Flash: Pressing this will create a frame. F5
Flash: When you import an animated GIF, you will get numerous of these, which represent each frame of animation. bitmaps
Flash: Adding this between a symbol in different position in two keyframes can create motion. classic tween
Flash: The "white area" where you put the objects is called this. stage
Flash: Symbols that continuously loop are called this. movie clips
Flash: A symbol with an Up, Over, Down, and Hit state is called this. button
Flash: To add additional scenes, use this panel. Scenes
Flash: To change the background color for the project, use this panel. Properties
Flash: To add pre-made codes, such as a stop action, use this panel. Code Snippets
Flash: To modify the transparency of a symbol, modify this color effect. alpha
Flash: The default frames per second in Flash is typically this. 24
Flash: The symbols created for a project are stored here. Library
Flash: When exporting a movie, this file type is created and can be used on a webpage. SWF
Flash: The working version of a Flash file, which cannot be viewed without Flash, is this filetype. FLA
Created by: skindawg