Searching the web

Like artists, web developers create works of art that they want people to see. There is so much content on the World Wide Web, that making sure your web page stands out can be difficult. Consider how people get to web pages. The start of the journey is usually a search engine, which people use to search for a few keywords and pick something from the list. The problem is, that list usually contains millions of different pages.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.CSS is easier to change formatting than inline formatting of HTML.

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Q2.CSS takes more time to format large HTML documents.

2/5

Q3.CSS requires a reference to the style sheet within the HTML document.

3/5

Q4.CSS makes HTML web pages more consistent in their formatting.

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Q5.The tags specified in a CSS document need to be referenced using angular brackets, e.g. <h1>

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.CSS is easier to change formatting than inline formatting of HTML.

1/5

Q2.CSS takes more time to format large HTML documents.

2/5

Q3.CSS requires a reference to the style sheet within the HTML document.

3/5

Q4.CSS makes HTML web pages more consistent in their formatting.

4/5

Q5.The tags specified in a CSS document need to be referenced using angular brackets, e.g. <h1>

5/5

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Searching the Web

This is to assess what you have learnt this lesson.

Q1.What is the name of the software used to find things on the World Wide Web?

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Q2.What do search engines use to categorise web pages?

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Q3.What type of programs do search engines use to find content on the World Wide Web?

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Searching the Web

This is to assess what you have learnt this lesson.

Q1.What is the name of the software used to find things on the World Wide Web?

1/3

Q2.What do search engines use to categorise web pages?

2/3

Q3.What type of programs do search engines use to find content on the World Wide Web?

3/3

Lesson summary: Searching the web

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