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We've gathered a collection of our quizzes on Internet-related topics. You'll find quizzes about spam, security, Web services, SEO and more. Want to study up first? See, below, our large collection of learning resources.

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  • Ajax -- How much do you know about Ajax and related technologies? Take our quiz to find out.

  • Internet Protocols and Technologies -- How much do you know about the communications protocols and technologies that make the Internet and World Wide Web work? Evaluate your knowledge with this quiz.

  • E-Biz Trends -- Find out how much you know about e-business.

  • In the Spammer's Lair -- This quiz covers the tools and tricks a spammer uses to get to your inbox.

  • Are you a Netiquette Savage? -- You're probably polite, courteous and respectful of others. But what happens when you hit the Web? Take our quiz to find out if your behavior is netiquette-savvy or savage.

  • Web Management Basics -- This quiz tests your knowledge of Web management terms and technologies.

  • Web Services -- More and more things are provided "as a service." Test your knowledge of Web services technologies.

  • Web Site Performance -- Have you got the know-how you need to keep your site performing as it should be?

  • Web Development Scramble -- Unscramble these 24 terms to find Web development terms.

 

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