Web Applications and Security Case Study Based Questions 04 Term II

Information Technology TERM II

Web Applications and Security

Class 10 Session 2021-2022

Case Study Questions 04

Direction Read the case and answer the following questions.

A web browser is a piece of software that enables the user to access web pages and web applications on the internet. There is a range of browsers available, and they are usually free to download and install. It acts as an interface between server and user, and displays web documents to the client. The web browser sends an HTTP request and gets an HTTP response. Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, etc are some examples of the web browsers. The primary function of a web browser is to display HTML code which helps in designing the web page. Each time a browser loads a web page, it processes the HTML, including text, links, and references to images and other items, like CSS and JavaScript functions. The web browser processes these items, and displays them on the browser window.

(i) Which of the following is a piece of software?

(a) Web browser
(b) Web interface
(c) Web server
(d) Internet

(a) Web browser is a piece of software. It is an application program used to access the www. It works as a gateway to the world of internet.

(ii) Between which of the following a web browser acts as an interface?

(a) Browser and user
(b) Server and User
(c) Javascript and Google
(d) HTML and CSS

(b) A web browser acts as an interface between the user and the server. Using the web browser, a user enter the data to be searched/retrieved and the server sends the required information.

(iii) Which of the following is not a web browser?

(a) Mozilla Firefox
(b) Google Chrome
(c) Internet Explorer
(d) Microsoft Frontpage

(d) Microsoft is not a web browser but a discontinued WYSIWYG HTML editor.

(iv) Each time a browser loads a web page, it processes the

(a) Style sheet
(b) HTTP request
(c) HTML
(d) HTTP response

(c) Each time a browser loads a web page, it processes the HTML code. The browser fetches the data as required by the user by processing the HTML code that runs at the backend of any request made by the user.

(v) CSS stands for

(a) Casting Style Sheet
(b) Control Style Sheet
(c) Client Style Sheet
(d) Cascading Style Sheet

(d) Cascading Style Sheet is a style sheet language used for describing the presentation of a document written in a markup language such as HTML. CSS is a cornerstone technology of the World Wide Web, alongside HTML and JavaScript.

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