Quiz 1

Welcome to the World of WordPress Quiz!

How much do you know about WordPress?

Find out by answering these 20 questions.

Question 1:

What was the first default theme shipped with WordPress?

Your answer:

1 out of 20

Question 2:

Which file contains the salts and keys?

Your answer:

2 out of 20

Question 3:

Not everybody was pleased with the new Gutenberg editor. That led to a fork of WordPress. How is this fork called?

Your answer:

3 out of 20

Question 4:

Speaking of Gutenberg: when became this new editor the standard editor?

Your answer:

4 out of 20

Question 5:

Why are major versions of WordPress named after a jazz musician?

Your answer:

5 out of 20

Question 6:

A piece of software that extends the functionality of a WordPress website is called?

Your answer:

6 out of 20

Question 7

WordPress can only be used for blogging

Your answer:

7 out of 20

Question 8

Who suggested the name “WordPress"?

Your answer:

8 out of 20

Question 9

How many tables does a clean install of WordPress have?

Your answer:

9 out of 20

Question 10

How do you change the behaviour of a theme or plugin without touching the core files?

Your answer:

10 out of 20

Question 11

You should always install updates of WordPress, themes and plugins immediately.

Your answer:

11 out of 20

Question 12

I only want static pages. Can I use WordPress just for that?

Your answer:

12 out of 20

Question 13

Is WordPress safe from brute force login attempts?

Your answer:

13 out of 20

Question 14

Are premium (paid) themes and plugins better than the free ones?

Your answer:

14 out of 20

Question 15

How many roles does a standard WordPress website have?

Your answer:

15 out of 20

Question 16

How do you install a theme?

Your answer:

16 out of 20

Question 17

What is the purpose of a child theme?

Your answer:

17 out of 20

Question 18

What is default prefix for WordPress tables?

Your answer:

18 out of 20

Question 19

bbPress is …?

Your answer:

19 out of 20

Question 20

What are the right permissions on the /wp-content folder?

Your answer:

20 out of 20

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