23 terms

Web Design/HTML

STUDY
PLAY
Hyperlink
Clickable words or images
Home Page
The page that loads automatically when the website is launched.
Index
A name that must represent the home page on your website.
Internet
An extended world wide network that is composed of numerous smaller networks.
Content
The text and graphics included on a website.
Java/Javascript
Programming language.
Web Browser
Programs that allow a computer to translate the hypertext and display it. Internet Explorer is an example.
Sans Serif
A font that lacks special adornment at the ends of letters. Block like look, often used for headings.
Serif
Font that has an extra line or curve on the ends of certain letters or number. Used for readability.
Navigation Buttons
Forward and Backward button built within the Browser.
Server/Client Model
One main computer sends data to an individual computer who is requesting information.
World Wide Web
The most popular feature of the internet and can contain documents, text, pictures, movies and sound.
Pixel
Single point in a graphic; short for picture element.
Inverted Pyramid
A type of narrative structure used in web page design that places the most important information at the beginning of a story, where is best catches the reader's attention.
Screen Resolution
The amount of pixels that a monitor can display.
White Space
An area on a web page without any content.
Most features of Front Page are found on which two menus?
Insert
Format
Rules for the index page. . .
Don't rename
Don't move
Don't place in a folder
HTTP
HyperText Transfer Protocol
FTP
File Transer Protocol
TCP/IP
Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol
ISP
Internet Service Provider
HTML
Hypertext Markup Language