Web 1 Utah 2017
Terms in this set (92)
A type of Internet domain assigned to URLs which are business or commercial entities.
A file extension that indicates that a file is a cascading style sheet.
A file extension for images, supports transparency and animation.
A file extension for images, usually photographs.
A file extension for hypertext markup language
A file extension for graphics that supports transparency and interlacing.
A file extension for text only files.
A file extension for (zip) compressed file.
A file extension for scalable vector graphics
Portable Document Format. The file format of documents viewed and created by the Adobe Acrobat Reader and others.
Uniform Resource Locator: a protocol for specifying addresses on the Internet. An address that identifies a particular file on the Internet, usually consisting of the protocol, as http, followed by the domain name.
Complete internet address that takes one to the exact directory or file of a website. Starts with a protocol (http: https: ftp: ect ) example: http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/absolute-URL.html
URLs that reference files on the same server with in the same directory (folder) . Does not contain a protocol (http, https, ftp, ect)
Person who uses CSS and image editing software to design the front end or public side of the website.
Full Stack Developer
Placement of text or graphics relative to other elements on the page
An HTML attribute added to an image tag that allows you to specify text to display. This text appears when you put your mouse over an image and leave it there. It is not necessary for web designers to put any text there, but if they include terms specific to the Web site, some of the search engines may list the site higher in their results. This text is useful for the visually impaired.
A tag that marks the start and end of hypertext links.
A program that performs a function directly for a user; FTP, e-mail, and telnet clients, are examples of network applications.
As a noun, archive is the place on an Internet host where files are stored. It is also a file that contains a number of compressed files. As a verb, archive means to compress a number of files into one file for storage and transmittal.
Application server provider. Server-side application used for processing form data.
Modifies an HTML element
Acceptable Use Policy
To collect information from the user Example:username and password
Used to measure the amount of time it takes for a web page to fully load. Measured in bits per second.
Comprised of color pixels in a rectangular grid. Bitmaps come in many file formats such as GIF, JPEG, TIFF, BMP, PICT, PCX, and DIB.
A Web site (or section of a Web site) where users can post a chronological, up-to-date e-journal entry of their thoughts.
broken link / broken graphic
A link or hyperlink which no longer works when a web page loads, or when it is "clicked on" or does not take the user to the destination it was supposed to. 404 error is the server error for a broken link.
Software used to view information on the worldwide web. (i.e. Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge)
CSS code or a graphic that a user can "click on" to link to another source.
Stores the HTML web page's code as well as any graphics, and digital media elements.
Words with uppercase letters do not always have the same meaning when written in lowercase. i.e. passwords, file names
Different degrees of lightness and darkness on a page. This is required for visual accessibility on all government websites.
A text file saved to the computer that identifies users and customizes webpages.
The exclusive legal right to reproduce, publish, and sell a literary, musical, dramatic, or artistic work, including computer programs, web art, graphics, photos, web pages.
A tool to remove part of an object from an image.
Cascading Style Sheet. Used to control a web site's text color, background colors, borders, spacing, headers, links and positioning of elements.
A value, action or setting that a computer system assumes, unless the user gives an explicit instruction to the contrary.
Domain Name System. A database system that translates an IP address into a domain name. A name given to a host computer on the internet.
Declares to the web browser what version of HTML you are using. If your doctype and coding are different from each other the page will not validate.
The "address" or URL of a particular Web site.
To format (electronic data) according to a standard format. UTF-8 is the encoding for an English Language keyboard.
image that shows up in URL box
FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
Standard by which data is transferred (upload/download) between different computers on a network. Used to upload websites to the server
A gradient consists of two or more colors that blend into each other. CSS should be used to create gradients.
is a Graphical user interface.
A six character value represents the amount of red, green, and blue in a color. Based on the Base 16 number system, which assigns the numbers 0 to 9 and the letters A to F. Used to specify color on a website
The first web page displayed when visiting a website. File should be named index.html or home.php
A computer that stores and sends requested web pages and other files.
Hypertext Markup Language. The coding scheme used to format text for use on the World Wide Web.
The Latest Version of HTML
Hypertext Transport Protocol. The transmission standard used to send an HTML document across the World Wide Web.
An image or text element on a web page that users select to display another location on the page, another web page on the same website, or a web page on a different website; also known as a link.
A secure network within an organization that uses internet technologies to connect its employees and customers through a secure website.
Internet Protocol Address. A uniquely assigned numeric address for each computer connected to the Internet.
Internet Service Provider. A service company that provides a user with an account on a host-computer having access to the Internet.
A web-scripting code that interacts with HTML code to create dynamic content, such as rollovers or interactive forms on a web page; also called Jscript.
Local Area Network within a close geographic area.
A word, phrase, symbol, or graphic that identifies an organization, company, or brand.
An HTML code that resides in the head section of a web page and includes information about the page, such as keywords, and descriptions.
The presentation of information using animation, audio, vvideo, and graphics.
A set of buttons or hyperlinks that when clicked on take you to other pages or sections of the website.
To customize a web page so that it will run at its utmost capacity in terms of speed and efficiency.
How information travels over a network. (TCP/IP Protocol)
is text displayed inside an input field when the field is empty. Often Latin
To place an HTML file on a server to make it available for browsing.
Sizing design elements in relation to their relative importance and to each other
The common set of standards and rules ensure that all computers connected to the network have a common ground from which to work.
Nearness to other related elements on a page
A proxy is an object that stands in for a "real" object that is stored in the local Attribute Data Store (ADS). The proxy's proxy:resource URI that is a link to the "real" object. To support a visual representation of a proxy, proxies have optional background color, image and imageType attributes.
To transfer files from a local computer to a remote Web server so that the Web site can be viewed over the Internet.
Duplication of elements or details on the page
A color value expressed with three characters that represents the amount of red, green, and blue present in a color of light.
An element in a Web page that changes appearance when you trigger it by rolling over the element.
Designed to help a user search for information on the World Wide Web. Example: Google
A secure protocol for a web site that uses encrypted transmissions and takes other appropriate measures to ensure the protection of sensitive information such as credit card information.
A host computer on a network.
Site Root directory
It is the file on a website that holds all of the other directories and folders on that system.
A visual representation of a Web site and its pages.
The HTML from < > the entire element and attribute combination.
The main group of people that you want to visit your Web site.
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol. A network communication protocol used on the internet and computer networks to transmit data using packets.
A web page that contains the basic layout for each page in the site, including the location of a company logo, banner, and navigation links.
text editor or html writer
An application program that allows you to manually key HTML commands into a blank document.
A graphic or image purposely made smaller.
Validating a website is the process of ensuring that the pages on the website conform to the norms or standards defined by various organizations
Scalable graphics that are built using mathematical formulas, rather than with pixels
The act of reviewing inspecting or testing in order to establish a document that a product service or system meets regulatory or technical standards.
Wide Area Network- Wide Area Network within a large or worldwide geographic area
The empty space around elements on a webpage