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Chapter 13

Web Editing

Attribute Part of a tag that further describes or defines an element.
Browser A computer program that allows users to view web pages.
Domain Name The unique name for web site, which becomes part of the site's URL and which must be formally registered
Element A unit of web page
Empty Element Elements that do not have any content
End Tag The second tag in a pair
FTP A communications protocol used to transfer files from one computer to another over a network.
Hacking The unauthorized modification of web site, usually in ways that distort the original purpose of the site or seek to harm the sites owner
HTML The code used to create web pages
Start Tag The first tag in a pair
Tag HTML code used to identify an element in an HTML file and instruct browsers on how and where to display the element.
Validate To check code used to generate Web pages to make sure it meets quality standards.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Accessibility standards set by the WC3 for web developers to follow in order to make web sites accessible to individuals with disabilites
Web Editor Computer software that creates HTML code automatically as part of the web design.
Web Server A computer used to store Web pages s that browsers can access them
Well-Formed Code Formatting code that meets the quality standards of the coding system
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Organized that sets standards for the world wide web including such as privacy, markup languages, styles, and other issues
XHTML A markup language similar to HTML but with stricter requirments
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