HTML Advanced Exam
The HTML Advanced Course Exam was first published in 2001. It was a ready-made test of student ability to write effective HTML code from first principles. Questions were supplied in an electronic form, with sample solutions for teachers included. Students used Notepad to construct a web page for each question. They saved programs as html files and handed-in printouts of the code used on each page. The questions were interrelated.
In 2009 the HTML Advanced Course Exam was replaced by the XHTML Advanced Course Exam.
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