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Vocabulary List 2
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A home and/or location on the World Wide Web. A place made up of Web pages.
The first web page displayed when starting a web browser. Often saved as index.html.
Elements on a Web page allowing the user to open related Web pages or jump from one document to another by clicking the mouse.
The electronic linking of text, graphics, sound, and video allowing a user to jump from one piece of information to another.
A clickable area on a graphic. By clicking on the hotspot, the user links to a related
page or area in the Web site. For example, an image map of the US might contain 50 hotspots, one for each state.
Lets the user link to a specific place within a web page instead of just linking to the top of the document.
A set of buttons or hyperlinks that when clicked on take you to other sections of
the site. They guide users through the Web site.
The colored bar at the top of each window that displays the program and file names.
Defined using <title> tag
To place an HTML file on a server to make it available for browsing.
An image that appears at the top of every page on a Web site. It is also called title graphic or a page header.
A file extension for images, usually line and clip art. Supports transparencies.
A file extension for images, usually photographs.
Portable Network Graphics; a new bitmap format improving upon the .gif format.
A file extension for a (zip) compressed file.
The process of making computer data smaller so the information takes up less file space and may be transmitted in less time.
Portable Document Format. The file format of documents viewed and created by the Adobe Acrobat Reader and others.
A file extension for text only files.
A file extension that indicates that the file is a program file.
Any picture consisting of rows and columns of dots (pixels). Bitmaps come in many file formats such as GIF, JPEG, TIFF, BMP, PICT, PCX, and DIB.
Vector graphics are made up of many individual objects defined by mathematical statements. Vector graphics are resolution independent, resulting in the high quality output no matter the scale. Examples: EPS, CGM, WMF, HPGL, DXF.
Refers to the sharpness and clarity of an image. The term is most often used to describe monitors, printers, and graphic images. The resolution indicates the number of dots per inch (pixels).
The process of adjusting an image so that it loads quickly on a website. Optimizing can include resizing an image, adjusting image resolution, changing the file type, and adjusting the image quality.
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