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ODW 2.4

Our Digital World 2.4

TermDefinition
Internet Protocol (IP) address A series of numbers that uniquely identifies a location on the Internet. An IP address consists of four or eight groups of numbers separated by a period, for example: 225.73.110.102.
uniform resource locator (URL) A naming system used to designate unique website addresses that you enter into a browser to navigate to a particular site. Also called web address.
web address A naming system used to designate unique website addresses that you enter into a browser to navigate to a particular site. Also called uniform resource locator (URL).
domain name An identifier for a group of servers (the domain) hosting a particular website.
top-level domain (TLD) The suffix (the period and the letters that follow) of a domain name. 
generic top-level domain (gTLD) Common top-level domains with three or more characters, in contrast to two-character country code TLDs. Common gTLDs include .com, .org, and .net.
hyperlink Describes a destination within a web document and can be added to text or a graphical object such as a company logo. Used for navigation. Generally, clicking on a hyperlink sends the user to the specified web document.
hypertext Text that represents a hyperlink. Used for navigation. Generally, clicking on hypertext sends the user to the specified web document.
home page The main page of a website or the page a browser first lands on when you specify a universal resource locator (URL).
search engine A website that permits you to search for information by entering keywords.
search directory A site that allows you to locate web content within categories. 
keyword Word or phrase that you include in search text to look for content using a search engine.
metasearch engine A type of search engine that can search for keywords using several search engines at the same time.
plug-in A freely downloadable program that adds functionality to your browser.
player A typically freely downloadable program that enables you to view or hear various types of online multimedia content.
streaming video Video that is delivered to your computer as a constant stream of content, usually requiring a media player.
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