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- Internet: Connection of computer networks that are publically accessible. wikipedia
- World Wide Web: A collection of interconnected documents.wikipedia
- Web Server: A computer that delivers Web pages to browsers and other files to applications via the HTTP protocol..Free Encyclopedia
- Web Site: A Web site is a related collection of World Wide Web (WWW) files that includes a beginning file called a home page..The Free Dictionary
- Web Pages: A document on the World Wide Web. Every Web page is identified by a unique URLWeb-o-pedia
- Web Browser: A browser is an application program that provides a way to look at and interact with all the information on the World Wide Web.Whatis.com
- Podcast: A podcast is a media file that is distributed by subscription
(paid or unpaid) over the Internet using syndication feeds. Wikipedia.
- Cache: A computer system in a network that keeps copies of the most-recently
requested Web pages in memory or on disk in order to speed up retrieval. pcMag.com
- HTML: Hyper Text Markup Language. Not "code" but tags that
mark up the text.
- XHTML: Extensible hyper text markup language. A markup language written
in XML; therefore, it is an XML application. web-O-pedia
- XML: Extensible markup language is a W3C initiative that allows information
and services to be encoded with meaningful structure and semantics that computers
and humans can understand. google
scripting language developed by Netscape and used to create interactive Web
- IP Address: Four unique numbers for every computer connected to the
- URL's: An Internet address, usually consisting of the access protocol
(http), the domain name (www.hmco.com), and optionally the path to a file or
resource residing on that server (trade). Answers.com
- Domain Name: A name that is entered into a computer (e.g. as part of
a Web site or other URL, or an e-mail address). These names are technically
- HTTP: Hyper Text Transfer Protocol used to view
internet material usually through a web browser.
- FTP: File Transfer Protocol. A protocol used
to upload and download files to a server.
- ISP: Internet Service Provider. The company that
gives you all of your internets.
- IPP: Internet Print Protocol. A protocol for printing and managing
print jobs over the Internet using HTTP. pcMag.com
- Modem: A device that connects a computer(s) to the internet.
- Cable Modem: A device that uses coaxial cable to connect one or more
computers to the internet.
- Ethernet: A type of cord that connects computers on a network usually
through a network hub, switch or router.
- Wireless: Uses 802.11 Technology to tranfer and internet connection
- CSS: Cascading Style Sheets.
- Blog: Online Journal/Column
- MP3: Mpeg layer 3 audio file.
- JPEG: (Joint Photographic Experts Group) An ISO/ITU standard for compressing
still images. Pronounced "jay-peg," the JPEG format is very popular
due to its variable compression range. pcMag.com
- GIF: Compuserv GIF. An image file format that Compuserv created to
preserve transparencies in images.
- GUI: Graphic User Interface
- PHP: PHP Hypertext Preprocessor. allows web developers to create dynamic
content that interacts with databases. pcMag.com