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V-4.01 WebPage-lmg

Web Page A document which can display text, graphics, audio, video and other elements through a web browser.
HTML A language which means that special codes are used to define elements.
Web browser Special software that displays the page by reading the instructions in the web document.
Web server A computer that runs special software to serve up Web content by responding to requests.
Website A collection of related webpages with a starting point or home page.
Uniform Resource Locator (URL) The address used for locating a document on the Web.
Hypertext Transport Protocol ( The underlying protocol for how content is communicated on the Web.
Domain Name System (DNS) Internet service that translates domain names into names into IP addresses.
Internet Protocol (IP) Address A numeric string that identifies a device on a network
Open standard A standard that is publicly available and has various rights to use associated with it, and may also have various properties of how it was designed.
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) An International community that develops open standards for the Web.
Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) A program for developing strategies, guidelines, and resources to help make the Web accessible to people with disabilities.
World Wide Web or Web A worldwide network of computers that communicate through
Nesting Putting an object inside another object; such as an HTML tag inside another HTML tag.
HTML Tag Special codes which describe or define content in a web document.
HTML Element The opening and closing tags including the text in between.
HTML Attribute Provide HTML attributes with additional meaning and context.
Cascading Style Sheet A language for defining how to display HTML elements.
CSS Selector The HTML element that you want to style.
CSS Declaration The style property and value
CSS Property The style attribute you want to change
CSS Value The attribute you want applied to the property
Absolute Link A link that specifies a complete path to a file, including the protocol, server, directory, file name.
Relative Link A link that specifies the name of the a file to be linked to as it relates to the current document.
Hexadecimal color codes Color values written with the # sign followed by six digits using the numbers 0 to 9 and A to F represent the amount of red, green and blue.
RGB color codes Color values using the combination of red, green, and blue values ranging from 0 to 255
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