Acquia acquia-certified-site-builder-d8 online test

Question & Answers Acquia Certified Site Builder ? Drupal 8 Exam

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Question 1

What is meant by headless Drupal? Choose 2 answers

  • A. Just another phrase for "decoupled Drupal"
  • B. Applying security updates automatically to Drupal installation
  • C. Exposing Drupal content to other systems such as native applications.
  • D. Publishing content automatically in Drupal.



Question 2

You are pitching for development of a Drupal based website to your new customer. You want to
emphasize how flexible Drupal is.
Which THREE points would support your case? Choose 3 answers

  • A. Drupal has configurable content types and field types for modeling content.
  • B. Drupal allows you to build pages containing lists of content using UL
  • C. has an online store where you can purchase modules and themes.
  • D. Drupal allows you to directly rename database columns from the Ul.
  • E. Drupal allows you to create customized and branded site designs.



Question 3

In a site review it is discovered that anonymous site visitors are able to see certain user information.
This content should not be public.
What could cause this problem?

  • A. In Permissions’ "View user information" is checked for "Anonymous user"
  • B. Permissions are correct, but the "User" block was added to a public page
  • C. In Account settings, "Show user information" is checked.
  • D. In Account settings » Manage fields, the "private" option is not set.



Question 4

What are four features built into Drupal 8 core?

  • A. WYSIWYG Editor, Quick Tips, Guided Tour, Taxonomy
  • B. Theme engine Twig, Quick Edits, Configuration management, Cache Tags
  • C. Webforms, Layout Builder Media Construction Kit (MCK), Web Tokens
  • D. Configuration management, Quick Layouts, Media Library, Page rules



Question 5

White reviewing an article node, you notice that the linked text for one of its assigned categories is
How will you fix the spelling of the category? Choose 2 answers

  • A. Go to the Taxonomy admin page. In the "Categories" row, choose "List terms." Find the row for the misspelled category, click its "Edit" button, and correct the spelling.
  • B. Click the node's "Edit" tab. Find the categories text field and adjust the spelling.
  • C. Go to the Menus admin page. In the "Categories" row: choose "Edit menu" Find the row for the misspelled category, click its "Edit" button, and correct the spelling.
  • D. Click the category link to be taken to the category detail page. Click the "Edit" tab and correct the spelling.



Question 6

You are responsible for a Drupal recipe site. Currently, each recipe node can have a title, body text
and image. To provide a better user experience, you have been asked to allow each recipe to be
freely tagged by its author.
How can you provide free tagging for the recipe nodes?

  • A. From the recipe content type's "Manage form display" page, drag the Tags" field up out of the "Disabled" section.
  • B. From the recipe content type's "Manage display" page, enable the "display free tagging information" option.
  • C. From *ne recipe content type's "Manage fields" page, create a text field called "Tags". Ensure it can accept multiple values.
  • D. From the recipe content type's "Manage fields" page, create a Taxonomy term reference field, referencing the tags vocabulary. Check "Create referenced entities if they don't already exist."



Question 7

Your content team has added several new "Landing page" nodes, set to "Draft" because they need to
be reviewed How can your review team find the Landing pages that need to be reviewed"?

  • A. Have the content team tag Landing pages that are ready for review with the taxonomy term "Draft"
  • B. Set a permission to allow content team members to view all nodes set to "Draft"
  • C. Go to the Content page and click-sort by Moderation state, then by Content type.
  • D. Go to the Content page Filter by Content type = "Landing page" and Moderation state = "Draft"



Question 8

The information security team wants to make it harder for bots and unauthorized users to create and
activate new accounts
What are two ways to reduce the number of unwanted new, active accounts? Choose 2 answers

  • A. Set "Who can register accounts" to "Visitors," and check "Enable password strength indicator"
  • B. Set the personal contact form for new users to disabled, and set email verification to use the personal contact form method.
  • C. Set the Registration and Cancellations settings to "Require email verification when a visitor creates an account."
  • D. Set "Who can register accounts" to "Administrators only," and assign the task of new account creation to site admins.



Question 9

Your product branding team has asked you to reconfigure all image fields in all places where they are
used, to remove "gif from the Allowed file extensions.
How can you find all the places an image field is being used1?

  • A. Go to Content, and filter by Field type = Image
  • B. Go to Content » Files, and for each row of Mime type "image," check the "Used in" column
  • C. Go to Reports » Field list, and find each row where Field type is "Image (moduleimage)"
  • D. Go to Structure Content types and for each one, click "Manage fields" and find any fields of type "Image."



Question 10

You are asked to require a site visitor to enter First name and Last name when creating a new
account How can you do this in Drupal?

  • A. In Permissions, check "Require first and last name for user registrations"
  • B. In Account settings, under "Who can register accounts'?" select "Visitors, but full name is required"
  • C. In Account settings, go to Manage fields and add fields for First name and Last name. Set them to "required."
  • D. Create a block type with fields for First name and Last name, set them to "required" and add the block to the/user/register page.


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