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Internet `gigantic computer network that connects computers across the world.
world wide web a way of accessing the huge collection of information,services, and websites available through the internet.
web site specific location on the web that contains related files and resources by a person, group, or organization.
uniform resource locator the address of a website or a webpage.
internet service provider a company that sells you access to the internet.
web browser program that allows you to access websites and interact with the internet.
electronic mail a way to use the internet to share info.
netiquette the good manners someone uses on the internet.
spam junk mail.
firewall program that protects computers from hackers and viruses.
home page the first page seen when you open your browser.
drill down refers to when you click a link to open a file or program in your browser or on a webpage.
site map an index of all the main pages a site may have.
bookmark a shortcut that can be stored in your browser that can take you to a specific webpage.
favorites another term for bookmarks.
history refers to your browser keeping track of past visited websites and can allow the user to access them.
print preview allows you to view what a page will look like when it is printed.
search engine a special type of website that allows you to search for other webpages using certain keywords.
boolean search search engine that uses not only keywords but symbols to find what the user is looking for.