Quiz: CSS

Test your understanding of the concepts taught in this chapter.


(Select all that apply.) What is the reason to avoid using semantic class names and attaching CSS to those classes?


Screen readers ignore these classes when communicating semantics to their users.


The number of semantic names we will need to create can be so large as to create more confusion than clarity.


The only purpose for using classes is to attach presentational concepts, so semantic class names create an unneeded level of indirection.


Semantic class names are known to boost website performance by reducing the overall file size.

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