Here are the multiple choice questions for HTML Paragraph chapter and it was the fourth tutorial in HTML Preparation Session for 2016 examination. These questions will be helpful to test yourself if you learned the chapter properly. This page contains only the questions and for correct answers, I’ll publish them in another set. However, you are welcome to start a discussion in ICT Trends if you face any confusion or wish to ask something with me.
Before we start today’s questions, I’d like to give you a link to the chapter page, in case you’ve not yet read it.
MCQ Questions from HTML Paragraph
1. An HTML Paragraph is
a. Collection of one or more sentences about same concept
b. The element content started with an opening P tag and closing P tag
c. All the text and object until you press Enter key
d. All of above
2. Which of the following is NOT true?
a. In HTML, we use <p> and </p> tags to enclose a paragraph
b. An HTML paragraph can be a few sentences, only one sentence or no sentence at all
c. To create a new paragraph in HTML you should press Enter
d. P tag in HTML is a pair tag
3. Which of the following code displays a less than symbol while loaded in browser?
4. Which of the following code you should type in HTML to display a copyright symbol?
5. Multiple spaces in HTML code are removed while displaying in web browser. Then, how can you display multiple spaces in browser?
a. It is not possible in HTML
b. You should type Shift+Space if you need to display multiple spaces
c. You should type < then space and > to display multiple spaces
d. Type multiple times where you need to display multiple spaces
6. What does stand for?
a. Non-Blocked Space
b. Non-Breaking Space
c. Non-Baked Space
d. Never-Broken Space
7. An empty paragraph in HTML is
a. A paragraph that does not have any content
b. A paragraph that is written without P tag
c. The HTML document that does not contain any paragraph
d. None of above
8. You can’t use P tag in
a. Head element
b. Title element
c. Body element
d. Both a & b
9. Which key reloads a web page already loaded?
a. F11 key
b. F5 key
c. F1 key
d. F10 key
10. Which of the following tag displays the content in the middle of browser horizontally?
a. <p alignment=”centered”>
b. <p text-align=”center”>
c. <p aligned=”center”>
d. <p align=”center”>
11. Which of the following is no longer supported in HTML 5?
a. <p align=”left”>
b. <p align=”center”>
c. <p align=”right”>
d. None of above
12. Identify the false statement
a. <p align=”justify”> will display the lines of paragraph that extend from left to the right of available browser width
b. <p align=”center”> will align the content to the center of browser
c. <p dir=”rtl” align=”center”> will display content from right to left aligned centered
d. use align=rifht attribute with P tag to display a paragraph to the right
13. Inserting <br> tag inside a paragraph
a. Adds a new paragraph
b. Breaks a paragraph into two
c. Adds a line break so that new line is started within same paragraph
d. Makes it an empty paragraph
14. Which of the following is invalid code for inserting a break?
c. <br />
d. None of above
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Correct answers for this set
As I told already, I’ll present correct answers of this set in next coming set. But for now, let me answer previous set.
Correct answers of previous set ( Tags Attributes and Elements)
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|11 – c||12 – c||13 – d||14 – b||15 – b||16 – c||17 – a||18 – d||19 – x||20 -c|
Previous MCQ Questions
Session 1: MCQs from Getting Started
Session 2: MCQs from HTML Document Structure
Session 3: MCQs from Tags Attributes & Elements