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Unit 2: Web Design

TermDefinition
.biz top-level domain reserved for the business community.
.com unrestricted top-level domain typically used by the commerical community
.edu top-level domain reserved for the education community, typically higher education.
.gov top-level domain reserved for the government community.
.info unrestricted top-level domain.
.mil top-level domain reserved for the United States Department of Defense and its subsidiary or affiliated organizations.
.mob top-level domain dedicated to delivering the internet to the mobile phone.
.net unrestricted top-level domain.
.org unrestricted top-level domain typically used by non-profiy organizations of a non-commerical character.
Alternative text descriptive text that can be set to appear in place of an image.
Domain name the part of an Internet URL selected and registerd by an individual, business or organization to represent their web presence.
Forms an area of a web page that allows the viewer to enter data and information to be sent back to the web server.
Home page/Index page the top level or entry page of a website.
Hot spot an invisible region on an image that contains a hyperlink
Hover/Rollover buttons a navigation button that changes when the mouse is positioned over it.
HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) the predominant language used to create web pages.
Hyperlink connection from one page to another or from one site to another.
Image map a region on a web page that contains one or more hot spots.
JavaScript lanuage used to add special effects to a website.
Navigational mao the organizational structure of a website.
Page banner a section of a web page containing a graphic element and text, that is displayed at the top of the page.
Plug-in one of a set software modules that integrate into web browsers to offer a range of interactive and multimedia capabilities.
Publishing sending or uploading web pages to a server where they are made available on the World Wide Web.
Site map a list of the pages in a website; also referred to as a site index
Template a set of predesigned formats for text and graphics on which new pages and webs can be based.
Thumbnails miniature representations of a picture
Web hosting providing space on Internet servers for the storage of World Wide Web sites which can be accessed by others through the network.
Web-safe colors 216 colors that appear consistently across web browsers and across computer platforms.
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