Berke offers the following tests:
- HTML 2.0/3.0
- HTML 4.0
- HTML 5.0
- HTML Webmaster
HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is the language most commonly used to create World Wide Web pages. This test is designed to verify that the test taker understands HTML and can demonstrate exposure to the language as well as the ability to use it to develop Web pages. This test is designed to test the technical abilities of Web page development, not the creative or artistic skills used in making a Web page.
The HTML 4.0 assessment is designed to evaluate a test taker's knowledge of hand-coding HTML. Topic areas include basic page setup, links, images, forms, and style sheets. In general, this test is applicable to anyone with 1 year experience with hand-coding web pages.
This HTML5 test is designed to access a test taker's abilities and skills with the HTML5 language. The questions focus primarily on the structure of the hypertext mark-up, new HTML5 tags, and semantics. There are also a few questions that briefly deal with CSS2 and CSS3. The topics included on this assessment involve creating HTML5 documents, new aspects of HTML5, style and CSS, and working with forms. This assessment is appropriate for intermediate and advanced HTML5 developers.
The HTML Webmaster test is designed to assess the test taker's knowledge of the design, development, implementation, and maintenance of the elements of a website as well as the programmatic basis for those elements - HTML. The test includes questions about the technical and conceptual issues involved in website development and management.