Cascading Style Sheets Assessment

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Cascading Style Sheets is a language used to describe the style of document presentations in web development. The Cascading Style Sheets assessment measures the ability of Web Designers or Web Developers in using CSS to style Web pages. The focus of this assessment is on the development of Web Pages through questions on style rules, elements, shorthand application, meeting specific design requirements, and XHTML. The assessment is based on real-world examples and is appropriate for experienced CSS developers.

Assessments for HTML 4.0 and DHTML are also available.

Number of questions 40
Test format Multiple-Choice
Time to complete Varies by skill
Topics covered Margins, Padding and Borders
Selectors and the Cascade
Setting Foreground and Background Properties
Setting Typography
Understanding CSS
Using CSS to Affect Page Layout
Tasks tested Adding a Media Type to an Embedded Style Sheet
Adding an External Print Style Sheet
Background Shorthand Properties
Color Values
Creating Semantic XHTML for CSS
Embedding a Style Sheet
Exceptions of Specificity
Floating Elements
Giving an Image Borders
Grouping Selectors
Hiding Elements for Print
Horizontal List Items
ID Selectors
IE Conditional Comments
Inline Styles
Multiple Style Sheets
Ordering Link Rules
Pseudo-Selectors and Elements
Repeating Background Images
Setting a Typeface for the Entire Site
Specificity of a Single Element
Specificity of Selectors
Specificity of Table Cells
Styling Text Links
Understanding Import and the Cascade
Using a Background Image
Using a Reset for Styles
Using an External Style Sheet
Using Color Shorthand Property
Using Ems
Using Floats
Using Line-Height
Using Margin to Center
Using Text-Transform
Using the CSS Box Model
Using the Font Shorthand Property
Writing a Style Rule - Declarations
Writing a Style Rule - Property
Writing for the Cascade
Writing Shorthand for Padding
Supported languages ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ English (en_US)