Welcome to the website trivia template. This template will test your knowledge of web technologies and all things related to websites, web design, and web development. It's a great way to challenge yourself and see how much you know about the world of websites. From the basics of website creation to the more complex aspects of web design and development, this trivia template has something for everyone. So let's get started and see how much you really know about websites!
1) What type of domain name is the most popular?
2) What is the World Wide Web's founding date?
3) What type of language is HTML?
4) Which company owns the popular CMS platform WordPress?
5) What type of file is a favicon?
6) What web technology allows a website to send information to a server without reloading?
7) What type of server is suitable for hosting an e-commerce website with high traffic?
8) What service provides a platform for developers to host web applications?
9) What is the common name for a web browser's address bar?
10) What is the primary purpose of a website sitemap?
11) What do you call an image or text used to link to another page?
12) What is the common name for a webpage's content area?
13) What do you call a website that serves as a directory of other websites?
14) What HTTP error code is returned when a web server cannot retrieve a website?
15) What do you call the design and structure of a website?
16) What type of web technology is used to create interactive webpages?
17) What type of website is typically used to communicate with a team or organization?
18) What type of website is used to share goods and services between businesses?
19) What do you call an application that runs on a web server?
20) What type of file is a Cascading Style Sheet (CSS)?
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