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Web Development

Unit 1

Branding The process of establishing name recognition for a company or product
Front-End issues Factors that affect the accessibility and presentation of a Web page to an audience
GUI Graphical User Interface – A program that provides visual navigation with menus and screen icons, and performs automated functions when users click command buttons
HTML : Hypertext Markup Language – The traditional authoring language used to develop Web pages for many applications
Markup language A series of commands used to format, organize, and describe information on a page
Tags Embedded information that defines the fonts, colors, and phrase elements used on an HTML page
Web Accessibility The assurance that an accessible Web page has a user-friendly and accessible front end as well as the ability to access content easily by users who have disabilities and other challenges
XHTML The current standard authoring language used to develop Web pages and other electronically displayed documents. XHTML requires stricter code syntax than HTML
XML Newer language used to define context as opposed to appearance
Created by: cdingledine