WordPress Quiz: Tags, Link Categories, Hierarchy, Private Links, Menus

WordPress Quiz: Tags, Link Categories, Hierarchy, Private Links, Menus


Question 1-5 – TRUE OR FALSE

Answer True or False for each of the following five questions.

1. (True/False) You can have a parent/child hierarchy with post tags.

2. (True/False) You can put links from you blogroll (your links section) into categories.

3. (True/False) Pages can have a parent/child hierarchy.

4. (True/False) In the Custom Menu section, published posts automatically show up in order to be easily selected.

5. (True/False) Links on the blogroll can be made private.

 

SEE ANSWERS BELOW

1. (True/False) You can have a parent/child hierarchy with post tags.

Answer: False

Difficulty – Easy (2/10)

 

2. (True/False)  You can put links from you blogroll (your links section) into categories.

Answer: True

Difficulty – Easy (3/10)

 

3. (True/False) Pages can have a parent/child hierarchy.

Answer: True

Difficulty – Medium (5/10)

 

4. (True/False) In the Custom Menu section, published posts automatically show up in order to be easily selected.

Answer: False

Pages and Categories automatically show up; however, posts do not.

Difficulty – Medium/Hard (6/10)

 

5. (True/False) Links on the blogroll can be made private.

Answer: True

Although this is true, the word “private” seems to be something of a misnomer. When you set a link to private, it means it doesn’t show on the front end for ANYONE, not even the administrator. Perhaps a better way to describe what this does is that it “unpublishes” the link (yet you still have it in the back end).

Difficulty – Hard (8/10)

 

(Thanks for the images to: albertogp123, theilr, and Andrew Abogado.)