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An interpreting program that translates markup (xml, html, xhtml) and renders it visually using style information (css).
Examples include, Safari, Firefox, Opera, Chrome, and Internet Explorer, etc.
Temporary computer memory that holds the most recently accessed data to speed up subsequent access of the same data.
Cascading Style Sheets
A style sheet language used for describing the presentation of a document written in a markup language (xml, html, xhtml). CSS is a way of indicating how a web document should appear visually and can be used to format both content as well as the layout of elements.
A euphemism for the graphical framework and elements of the web browser window that give users information about or commands to operate on the screen's content (as opposed to being part of that content). These design elements are provided by the underlying system — whether it be an operating system, a website, or an application — and surround the user's data.
Browser chrome is not to be confused with Google Chrome - which is a web browser.
Chrome includes the web browser:
toolbar buttons: 'Back', 'Forward', 'Stop', etc.,
horizontal and vertical scrollbars,
status bar: the strip at the bottom of the browser window, and
the window frame.
A Device that requests and renders web content such as browsers, mobile applications, screen readers, and the various content aggregators.
Hypertext Markup Language
The unifying language of the World Wide Web, HTML is the standardized system for tagging text files used to create and structure web documents to achieve font, color, graphic, and hyperlink effects on World Wide Web pages.
Hypertext Transfer Protocol
An application protocol for distributed, collaborative, hypermedia information systems. It is the foundation of data communication for the World Wide Web and is a standardized way of exchanging documents on the web.
Global system of interconnected computer networks and servers that use the Internet protocol suite (TCP/IP) to link billions of devices worldwide to exchange information.
Some of the early impetus for such a network came from the U.S. government network Arpanet (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network), starting in the 1960s.
An application that delivers web content or services to clients. There is a wide range of web servers that specialize in specific types of data or specific processing capabilities. When you type in a URL ( uniform resource locator ) you are accessing a remote server that stores the website.
Uniform Resource Locator
A reference (address) to a resource on the Internet.
A URL has two main components:
Protocol identifier: For the URL http://example.com, the protocol identifier is http .
Resource name: For the URL http://example.com , the resource name is example.com.
The user's visible area of a web page. The viewport varies with the device, and will be smaller on a mobile phone than on a computer screen.
World Wide Web
An information system on the Internet that allows documents to be connected to other documents by hypertext links, enabling the user to search for information by moving from one document to another.
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