HTML
Certification

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Tosa assessments and certification exams on HTML

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Assessment test Certification exam
Number of questions 20 20
Duration 40min 60min
Exam protocol Taken online Taken online under proctored conditions, in-person or via our remote proctoring system
Results Skill level on a 1 to 5 scale. Detailed skills reports Score on a 1 to 1000 scale. Diploma delivered within 5 business days

Skills domains

HTML tags

- Knowing the basic principles of the language - Using different HTML elements with attributes - Choosing the relevant HTML elements to meet a need - Using advanced HTML elements (tables, forms...)

CSS

- Knowing the basic principles and rules of the language - Applying a style rule on an element with different methods - Importing CSS style from another style sheet - Positioning elements in a page, manage spaces, element size, and text - Reading a CSS file written by another developer and use CSS rules inside an HTML file

Javascript

- Knowing the main characteristics and specificities of the language - Knowing the basic functionalities and syntax - Creating and manipulate primitive objects, built-in objects or more complex custom objects - Understanding and manipulating the properties of an object - Listening, reading, and modifying the DOM (Document Object Model)

JQuery

The questions in this category focus on the use of the JQuery JavaScript library. Knowledge of the JQuery syntax and the ability to use its targeting tools are tested here.

PHP integration into HTML

This skill deals with creating HTML pages using PHP.

Integration

- Integrating HTML, CSS, and JavaScript codes together - Writing CSS code for display customization - Writing dynamic JavaScript code for a web page - Solving a bug inside a complex code written by another developer - Understanding the technical documentation of an external library