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is a global system of interconnected computer networks that use the standard Internet Protocol Suite (TCP/IP) to serve billions of users worldwide.
It's the hardware
WWW-World Wide Web
a system of interlinked hypertext documents accessed via the Internet
HTML-Hypertext Markup Language,
A set of "instructions" used to create and structure web documents. defines the formatting and placement of elements that make up a web document.
CSS-Cascading Style Sheets,
A way of indicating how a document should appear visually. Can be used to format both text and layout of elements (text, images, etc.).
FTP- File Transfer Protocol
a standardized way of transferring files from one machine to another.
a client is used to transfer data.
HTTP-Hyper Text Transfer Protocol
A standardized way of exchanging documents on the World Wide Web.
With an "S" means its secure (banks)
an interpreting program that translates markup (XHTML & HTML) and renders it visually using style information (CSS).
a computer which provides services for other computers networked to it, or those computers allowed to connect to it.
A unique number (like a phone number) used to identify a computer on a network.
URL-Uniform Resource Locator
The address of a web document, Nerd word for address of a web file.
Temporary memory that holds most recently accessed data to speed up subsequent access of the same data.
software used to "hand-code" HTML and CSS.
web design software that has a graphical user interface.
Starts, ends a document
Contains "behinds the scenes" stuff
CSS information, or link to a style sheet
Provides info about your page, such as search engine terms or character encoding (ex:languages)
Text that you see at the top of the browser window, Important for search engines
Contains all the stuff you "see"
Text, Hyperlinks, Images, Video, Animation, Audio
Makes enclosed text bold
Makes enclosed text italicized
Starts, ends a paragraph, Causes two line breaks, Creates a clean line
Cause a single line break
Standalone tag - does not have a partner
<h1> </h1> to <h6> </h6>
Various heading sizes
Starts, ends an ordered list
Starts, ends an unordered list
Adds an item to either type of list
A folder on a website used to organize files.
A folder inside a folder.
help, (anything to the left isn't the most important thing)
JPEG-Joint Photographic Experts Group .jpg
24-bit color - (16,777,216 colors)
(Photographs, Smooth Gradients, Any image with a lot of color)
Best for photographs
GIF-Graphic Interchange Format .gif
8-bit color (256 colors)
Compresses # of colors
(Buttons, Logos, Icons, Illustrations, Image with flat areas of color)
Best for images with few colors
PNG-Portable Network Graphic .png
(8-limited to 256 colors, larger than GIF)
(24- 16,777,216 colors, larger than JPEG)
Best for transparency
<img src="logo.gif" alt="company logo" align="right">
a grid that shows content in an organized format.
values are made up of 16 different digits: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
another word for color.
The intensity of a color.
Color + Black
Color + White
Code for link
<a href="link" target="blank"> name you see </a>
Code for image
<img src="imagename.jpg" alt="what the image is>
Code for List-ordered
<ol>, <li> what you see </li>, <li> see </li>, </ol>
Code for list- un-ordered
<ul>, <li> what you see </li>, <li> see </li>, </ul>