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– A computer network made up of thousands of smaller computers networks. No one knows exactly how many computers are on the network, but it is in the millions and grows daily
– A group of devices such as computers, printers, and scanners connected together spanning a relatively small area. Most LANs are confined to a single building or group of buildings.
– A company that provides access to the Internet for a monthly fee. Examples of ISPs are Verizon, AOL, Cablevision, or Comcast.
The World Wide Web consists of all the web servers (computers with web ) that are a part of the Internet. These web servers have web pages on them that are viewable by anyone with Internet access and a browser.
– A client computer makes requests to other server computers for files or web pages. The MS lab computers are client computers that may request a web page from a web
– A computer and storage device dedicated to managing files. Ranney’s file server manages all the files on the M: and S: drives.
– A Web server is a special kind of file server. It stores web pages (files) that are part of the World Wide Web.
– To access the World Wide Web, you must use a Web browser. A browser is a software program that allows users to access and navigate the World Wide Web to view web pages.
– A web page’s URL specifies the address of a file (web page) stored on a web server computer. This web server is part of the World Wide Web. Every file (web page) on the World Wide Web has a unique URL.
- A Web page is a single document on the World Wide Web. Every Web page is identified by a unique URL (Uniform Resource Locator).
A web site represents a location on the World Wide Web that contains a home page, which is the first document users see when they enter the site. The site might also contain additional documents and files (web pages).
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