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Client-end Considerations - Exercise

List the considerations for the client-end of eBusiness

Objective: Identify the considerations for the client-end of eBusiness.

Scoring

This exercise is not scored. It is an opportunity for you to check your understanding of the material covered in the preceding lesson. When you have completed the exercise, click the OK, I'm Done button to receive credit for having completed it.

Instructions

In the left column below are six considerations that may need to be addressed; corresponding examples of sites for which these considerations may be a problem are listed in the right column. Click once on a consideration in the left column, then click once on the best example of a site which may be compromised by that consideration in the right column to make a match.
When you think you have all of the considerations and examples matched correctly, click the Submit button and you will see whether or not you have matched the terms correctly. When you have completed this matching exercise, click the Submit button.

  1. A 3D viewer plug-in for browsers that is not available for Netscape Navigator 4.0
  2. PC and Mac monitor gamma settings cause colors to show differently
  3. Countries that prevent access to some sites based on content
  4. A large number of users have only 28.8K modems to connect to the Web
  5. Older browser versions do not support layers on a page
  6. Televisions and mobile phones cannot display high-resolution graphics clearly

  1. A site uses a proprietary technology to represent its products in 3D
  2. A site that sells paint and allows the buyer to select the color from a color chart
  3. A site that sells controversial political material
  4. A site that has a large number of large graphics to decorate the pages
  5. A site makes use of the latest browser techniques and uses layers on the pages
  6. A site that sells intricate models with very fine detail
  7. A site that sells high-speed modems for quick Internet access
  8. A site that uses frames to divide the browser into segments and enable the navigation menu to remain visible