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Lotus Notes® and Domino® 6 Application Development Exam Cram™ 2 (Exams 610, 611, and 612) by David Hatter, Tim Bankes

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Question 1The three main rules for tags in HTML are
  • A. Tags are case sensitive.

    Tags should have both a start and an end.

    One set of tags should be wholly contained within another.

  • B. Tags are not case sensitive.

    Tags should have both a start and an end.

    One set of tags should be wholly contained within another.

  • C. Tags must be lowercase.

    Tags should have both a start and an end.

    One set of tags should be wholly contained within another.

  • D. Tags must be uppercase.

    Tags should have both a start and an end.

    One set of tags should be wholly contained within another.

Question 2A user is viewing the source of a Web document that has been generated by Domino. How many sets of form tags will be seen?
  • A. One.

  • B. Two.

  • C. None.

  • D. As many as needed.

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