to files that other people have created
tag used to create a link.
highlighted part of the tag that the reader clicks on to activate the hypertext
type of graphic involving images that play over and over, making them appear to
Web pages that are formatted using the <BODY>..</BODY> tags.
program that allows you to view Web documents.
that need to be turned on and off.
for glossaries or other situations where terms are followed by longer blocks of
process of saving a file from the Internet to your computer.
frame that enlarges or gets smaller depending on how much room is left in the
that are used by themselves and that do not need to be turned off.
Frameset documents--Contain information necessary for the browser to determine what kind of frame structure to use when dividing the window.
a single browser window into multiple windows for separate document viewing.
for Graphics Interchange Format a type of graphics file use for clip art and
clip art, and other images that can make your Web page more interesting.
of combining letters and numbers to create colors on web pages
first screen you see when your browser starts; the first page (index.htm or
default.htm) of a web site.
HTML (Hypertext Markup Language)--Language
and syntax for designing and creating documents for the WWW
the reader to change from one document to another
worldwide collection of networks
for Joint Photographic Expert Group, a graphics file used mainly for photos.
to pressing the ENTER key
of computers that can share and exchange information
list for giving instructions that need to be performed in a certain order.
to other files. The files are
usually located in the same directory or on the same server.
used to create Web pages
the browser to display the document information in the form of a Web page.
to change the way your text looks.
used in creating HTML documents
that contains only letters, numbers and symbols
switch back and forth or turn a feature on and off
lists used when items do not need to be in any particular order
of saving a file from your computer to the Internet
for Uniform Resource Locator. The
address of a Web page.
person in charge of creating and maintaining Web pages.
computer that stores Web pages and makes them available on the Internet.
World Wide Web--A
huge collection of text, image, audio, and video data that is scattered across
computers and networks around the world.
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