Name: 
 

Dreamweaver 7



True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

In Dreamweaver CS6, the Get File(s) button includes the name of the server in the tooltip.
 

 2. 

When the Check In/Check Out feature is enabled in Dreamweaver, you cannot make edits to a file that has been checked in, unless you check it out again.
 

 3. 

In Dreamweaver, you can cloak a folder or specify a type of file to cloak throughout the site.
 

 4. 

One limitation to copyright is fair use.
 

 5. 

To cloak a particular file type, you should open the Site Definition dialog box, click the Cloaking category, click the Cloak files ending with check box, and then type a file extension in the text box below the check box.
 

 6. 

The more frequently you test a website before you publish it, the better the chances that your viewers will have a positive experience at your site and want to return.
 
 
nar001-1.jpg
 

 7. 

In the figure above, the numbers 3 and 4 refer to the scope of report choices.
 

 8. 

In the figure above, the number 1 refers to the Report on list arrow.
 

 9. 

Checking in and out files is similar to checking in and out library books or video rentals because no one else can read or watch the same copy while you have it checked out.
 

 10. 

If many people are involved in maintaining a site, or if you are constantly making changes to the pages, ensuring that both the local and remote sites have the most up-to-date files could get confusing.
 

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 11. 

The ____ web server is a public domain, open source web server that is available using several different operating systems including UNIX and Windows.
a.
VSS
b.
WebDav
c.
Apache
d.
RDS
 

 12. 

To uncloak all files in a site, you should click the Files Panel options button, point to Site, point to Cloaking, then click ____.
a.
All
b.
Site
c.
Uncloak All
d.
Uncloak Site
 

 13. 

Before you publish a site you should verify that all pages have titles, and remove all ____ colors.
a.
CMYK
b.
RGB
c.
Websafe
d.
Non-websafe
 

 14. 

To turn on the Check In/Check Out feature in Dreamweaver, you should check the Enable file check-out check box in the ____ settings of the Site Setup dialog box.
a.
Collaboration
b.
Site Management
c.
Contribute
d.
Remote Info
 
 
Case 2

Brandon works for a large construction firm in the Northeast.  Brandon was hired for his excellent skills in web design, specifically his experience with Dreamweaver.  Brandon is eager to put his experience and skills to good use.
 

 15. 

Once Brandon has a prototype of the construction firm’s website ready to evaluate, he is ready to conduct a comprehensive ____, which is the process of asking unbiased people not connected to the design process to use and evaluate the site.
a.
check site test
b.
design site test
c.
site check test
d.
site usability test
 

 16. 

Brandon uses photos and other media from federal government websites on the construction firm’s site.  Why is Brandon probably within his legal rights to use this media?
a.
In general, the media on federal government websites is in the public domain.
b.
The media used on the site was never copyright-protected.
c.
The media used on the site was never trademark-protected.
d.
Brandon gave attribution for the media used on the firm’s website.
 

 17. 

Brandon begins uploading files to the remote server.  He continues to work in Dreamweaver.  What function is not available during the uploading process?
a.
Create a new page
b.
Add files and folders
c.
Check In/Check out feature
d.
Run reports
 

 18. 

To check out a file in Dreamweaver, you should click the file you want to work on in the ____ panel, then click the Check Out File(s) button on the Files panel toolbar.
a.
Assets
b.
Layers
c.
Site
d.
Files
 

 19. 

Files that you have checked out are marked with ____ check marks in the Files panel.
a.
red
b.
green
c.
blue
d.
yellow
 

 20. 

Files that you have checked in are marked with ____ icons in the Files panel.
a.
stop sign
b.
key
c.
padlock
d.
“do not”
 

 21. 

The file extension of a site definition file in Dreamweaver is ____.
a.
.def
b.
.ste
c.
.dws
d.
.dwd
 

 22. 

Cloaked folders and the cloaked files they contain appear with red ____ in the Files panel.
a.
“do not” icons next to them
b.
padlock icons next to them
c.
slashes across them
d.
“do not” icons across them
 
 
nar003-1.jpg
 

 23. 

In the figure above, the number _____ refers to the FTP site location.
a.
1
b.
2
c.
3
d.
4
 

 24. 

In the figure above, the server name is _____.
a.
student
b.
/home
c.
Server1
d.
FTP
 
 
nar002-1.jpg
 

 25. 

The figure shown above is the Reports panel displaying a ____.
a.
missing page title
b.
missing line number in code
c.
modifications
d.
missing “alt” tag
 

 26. 

A copyright owner has a “bundle” of ____ rights.
a.
four
b.
five
c.
six
d.
seven
 

 27. 

To enable the cloaking feature in Dreamweaver, you should open the Site Setup dialog box, click ____ Settings, click Cloaking, then click the Enable Cloaking check box.
a.
Advanced
b.
Site
c.
Remote Info
d.
Other
 
 
Case Based Critical Thinking

Case 1


Eleanor is the Benefits Coordinator at XYZ Regional Medical Center.  As part of her job, she informs employees of changes in health insurance benefits, new health service providers, open enrollment periods, and retirement benefits.  Eleanor works with a team of people who maintain the web pages associated with these employee benefits.
 

 28. 

Because a team of people are working on the project, they all use _____ to record notes and exchange information with other members of the team.
a.
Validating Markup
b.
Ongoing Site Testing
c.
Testing Pages
d.
Design Notes
 

 29. 

The ____ command instructs Dreamweaver to compare the dates of the saved files in the remote and local versions of the site, then transfers only the files that have changed.
a.
Update
b.
Synchronize
c.
Copy
d.
Local to Remote
 

 30. 

When citing sources, many educational institutions will require you to use an acceptable citation style for web-based resources.  Two commonly used styles are:
a.
APA- and MLA-style
b.
APA- and Oxford-style
c.
MLA- and Oxford-style
d.
None of the above
 



 
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