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the placement of Web page elements in fixed or predetermined positions.
moving images used to attract attention and enliven Web pages. GIF is an animated image format.
the rapid display of a sequence of images to create an illusion of movement.
a horizontal Web page advertisement that links to the advertiser's Web site.
Bitmap image (BMP)
images that are created pixel-by-pixel.
a feature on a Web page that can be marked or not to indicate a choice.
Cascading Style Sheet (CSS)
a standard for applying common styles to Web page elements, such as fonts, margins, colors, etc.
a menu of options that appears below the item when the computer user clicks on it.
"File Not Found" this is a message you will see if you type in a URL of a page that does not exist-either because it has been deleted or renamed.
software used to create Adobe Flash movies, animations and Websites.
includes text boxes, check boxes, option buttons, drop-down menus, and Submit button.
a device for dividing the screen into multiple areas, with each screen containing a separate "Web page."
File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
a method of moving files between two computers.
GIF (Graphics Interchange Format)
compression that reduces file size, so it doesn't take as long to load.
Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)
a language used to create Web pages.
a word, phrase, or image that connects Web pages.
text displayed on a computer screen with references (links) to other web pages, sources, etc, that the reader can immediately access.
a clickable image that contains areas to which a link is assigned.
a programming language that can create standalone applications, games, etc.
a smaller language that doesn't have the capability of creating standalone applications or games. It's usually used inside HTML documents and provides a higher interactivity level than static Web pages.
JPEG ( Joint Photographic Experts Group)
a common image/ clipart file format.
Mouse Over (rollover)
a hidden link that appears only when the mouse is hovers over it.
PDF ( Portable Document Format)
a file format developed by Adobe that captures formatting information from different software, and allow them to appear without formatting issues, no matter the computer system or program.
a round selection button used to choose items from a list on a website.
WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get)
to display a web page being edited exactly the same way it will be displayed on the web.