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Dreamweaver CC/CS6

Glossary for the program. Chapter refers to DW CS6 Revealed book.

TermDefinition
Absolute path (Chapter 5) Path used for external links that includes the complete address for the destination page, including the protocol.
Absolute positioning (Chapter 10) Refers to the way that a page element, such as an AP element, is locked in a fixed position on a page.
Accordions (Chapter 8) Used for navigation, they are buttons that, when clicked, open up like an accordion to display information that drops down below the button.
Action property (Chapter 9) A form property that specifies the application or script that will process the data in a form.
ActionScript (Chapter 10) A Flash scripting language developers use to add interactivity to movies, control objects, exchange data, and create complex animations.
Active Server Page (ASP) (Chapter 9) Server-side application used for processing data in a form.
Adaptive websites (Chapter 8) Websites that adjust or modify the page content to fit the user’s needs and device type used to view the site.
Add-on (Chapter 11) A small computer program that works with a host application, such as a web browser, to allow it to perform certain functions.
Add-ons (Chapter 9) Program extensions that add features to an existing application. Also called plug-ins.
Adobe Bridge (Chapter 4) Image file management program that is used across the Adobe suite applications.
Adobe BrowserLab (Chapter 8) An online service that you can access through Dreamweaver to test your site with multiple browsers, without needing to have the browser programs installed on your computer.
Adobe BrowserLab (Chapter 2) Tool that checks pages by simulating multiple browsers and platforms.
Adobe BrowserLab (Chapter 7) An Adobe online service for cross-browser and cross-platform compatibility testing.
Adobe Business Catalyst (Chapter 6) A hosted application for setting up and maintaining an online business.
Adobe Edge (Chapter 11) A new program that combines the new capabilities of HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript, but uses a program interface similar to Flash.
Aligning (Chapter 4) Positioning an image.
All Rules pane (Chapter 8) The top half of the CSS Styles panel that displays a list of the style sheets and rules for the open page when the Switch to All (document) Mode button is selected.
AP div tag (Chapter 10) A div that creates a container with a fixed position on a web page.
AP div tag (Chapter 6) Creates a container that has a specified, fixed position on a web page.
AP element (Chapter 6) The resulting container that an AP div tag creates on a page.
AP elements (Chapter 10) Page elements that are absolutely positioned, or assigned a fixed position on a web page.
AP Elements panel (Chapter 10) Panel in the CSS panel group that is used to control the visibility, name, and Z-Index stacking order of AP elements on a web page.
Apache web server (Chapter 7) A public domain, open source web server that is available using several different operating systems including UNIX and Windows.
Assets panel (Chapter 4) Displays all the assets in a website.
Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX) (Chapter 11) Method for developing interactive web pages that respond quickly to user input, such as clicking a map.
AVI (Audio Visual Interleave) (Chapter 11) Video format that you can link or embed on a web page.
Background images (Chapter 4) Image files used in place of background colors.
BaseCamp (Chapter 7) A web-based project collaboration tool.
Behaviors (Chapter 11) Simple action scripts that let you incorporate interactivity by modifying content based on variables like user actions.
Behaviors (Chapter 10) Simple action scripts that let you incorporate interactivity by modifying content based on variables like user actions.
Behaviors (Chapter 6) Simple action scripts that let you incorporate interactivity by modifying content based on variables like user actions.
Blogs (Chapter 5) Websites where the website owner regularly posts commentaries and opinions on various topics.
Borders (Chapter 4) Frames that surround an image.
Breadcrumbs trail (Chapter 5) A list of links that provides a path from the initial page you opened in a website to the page that you are currently viewing.
Browser Compatibility Check (BCC) (Chapter 6) Feature to check for problems in the HTML code for CSS features that may render differently in multiple browsers.
Buffer (Chapter 11) A temporary storage area on your hard drive that acts as a holding area for Flash content as it is being played.
Bullet (Chapter 3) Small dot or similar icon that precedes a point on a list.
Bulleted list (Chapter 3) Unordered lists that contain bullets.
Camera Raw (Chapter 4) Unprocessed data, not yet ready to be printed.
Cascading (Chapter 8) Refers to the way styles are ranked in order of precedence as they are applied to page elements.
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) (Chapter 3) Sets of formatting instructions, usually stored in a separate file, that control the appearance and position of text and graphics on a web page or throughout a website.
Cell padding (Chapter 6) The distance between the cell content and the cell walls.
Cell spacing (Chapter 6) The distance between adjacent cells.
Cell walls (Chapter 6) The lines inside the cell borders.
Cells (Chapter 6) Small boxes into which you can insert text and graphics.
Check box group (Chapter 9) A group of check boxes.
Check boxes (Chapter 9) A form object used to create a list of options from which users can make multiple selections.
Child containers (Chapter 6) Containers whose code resides inside a parent container.
Child keywords (Using Adobe Bridge to Manage Assets) Subcategories of parent keywords
Class style (Chapter 8) Contains a combination of formatting attributes that can be applied to a block of text or other page elements. Its name begins with a period.
Class type (Chapter 3) A type of style that can contain a combination of formatting attributes that can be applied to a block of text or other page elements.
Client-side scripting (Chapter 9) When the user’s computer processes a form, rather than a web server.
Client-side scripting (Chapter 10) When the user’s computer processes a form, rather than a web server.
Clip property (Chapter 10) Identifies the portion of an AP div’s content that is visible in a web browser.
Cloaked (Chapter 7) When a file is excluded from certain processes, such as being transferred to the remote site.
Cloaking (Chapter 7) Marks certain files for exclusion from several commands, including Put, Get, Synchronize, Check In, and Check Out.
Code hints (Chapter 3) Lists of tags that appear as you type.
Code Inspector (Chapter 2) A separate window that displays the current page in Code view.
Code snippets (Chapter 13) Ready-made, reusable pieces of code you can insert on a web page.
Cold Fusion (Chapter 9) Server-side application used for processing data in a form.
Collections panel (Using Adobe Bridge to Manage Assets) Panel used to group assets located in different locations into a single collection
Columns (Chapter 6) Vertical arrangement of cells.
Common Gateway Interface (CGI) (Chapter 9) One of the most common types of server-side applications.
Compact mode (Using Adobe Bridge to Manage Assets) A mode with a smaller, simplified workspace window
Compound type (Chapter 3) A type of style that is used to format a selection.
Content panel (Using Adobe Bridge to Manage Assets) Panel where thumbnails of the files from the selected drive and folder in the Folders panel appear
Controller (Chapter 11) Used to access playback controls.
Copyright (Chapter 7) Protects the particular and tangible expression of an idea, not the idea itself.
CSS layout block (Chapter 10) A section of a web page defined and formatted using a Cascading Style Sheet.
CSS Layout Box Model (Chapter 6) Padding, margins, borders, etc. of a selected layout.
CSS page layouts (Chapter 6) Containers formatted with CSS into which you place web page content, such as images, blocks of text, Flash movies, or any other page element.
Custom button (Chapter 9) In a form, a button that triggers action that you specify on the page.
Custom style (Chapter 8) Contains a combination of formatting attributes that can be applied to a block of text or other page elements. Its name begins with a period.
Declaration (Chapter 3) Consists of a property (such as font-size or font-weight) and a value (such as 14 px or bold).
Delimited files (Chapter 6) Database, word processing, or spreadsheet files that have been saved as text files with delimiters such as tabs or commas separating the data.
Delimiter (Chapter 6) A comma, tab, colon, semicolon, or similar character.
Dependent file (Chapter 7) File that another file needs to be complete, such as an image or style sheet.
Deprecated (Chapter 6) HTML codes that are no longer within the current standard and in danger of becoming obsolete.
Derivitive work (Chapter 7) An adaptation of another work, such as a movie version of a book.
Design Notes (Chapter 7) Separate files in a website that contain additional information about a page file or a graphic file.
Div tag (Chapter 10) An HTML tag that is used to format and position web page elements.
Div tags (Chapter 6) HTML tags that allow you to position elements next to each other as well as on top of each other.
Domain name (Chapter 1) A web address that is expressed in letters instead of numbers and usually reflects the name of the business represented by the website.
Download (Chapter 7) The process of transferring files from a remote site to a local site.
Dynamic content (Chapter 9) Content contained by a web page that allows the user to interact with the page by clicking or typing, and then responds to this input in some way.
Editable optional region (Chapter 12) An area on a template where users can add or change content, and that users can also choose to show or hide.
Editable region (Chapter 12) An area on a template where users of the template can add or change content.
Embedded styles (Chapter 8) Internal styles that are part of an HTML page rather than comprising a separate file.
Export panel (Using Adobe Bridge to Manage Assets) Panel used to optimize images by saving them as JPEGs for use on the web
Exporting (Chapter 6) To save data created in Dreamweaver in a special file format that can be opened by other programs.
Extensible Metadata Platform (XMP) standard (Using Adobe Bridge to Manage Assets) Used by Adobe products, such as Illustrator, InDesign, Flash, and Photoshop, and is usually stored with the file name
External links (Chapter 2) 3
Links pointing outside of the website.
External links (Chapter 5) Links to web pages in other websites or to email addresses.
External style sheet (Chapter 3) Collection of styles stored in a separate file that control the formatting of content on a web page.
External style sheet (Chapter 8) Collection of styles stored in a separate file that control the formatting of content on a web page. External style sheets have a .css file extension.
Facebook (Chapter 5) Social networking site containing lots of text, images, and videos.
Fair use (Chapter 7) Allows limited use of copyright-protected work; depending on the purpose of its use, the nature of the copyrighted work, how much you want to copy, and the effect on the market value of the work.
Favicon (Chapter 4) Short for favorites icon. A small icon that represents your site, similar to a logo, that appears next to the title of a web page in a browser.
Favorites (Chapter 4) Assets that you expect to use repeatedly while you work on the site.
Favorites panel (Using Adobe Bridge to Manage Assets) Panel to quickly access folders that you designate as folders you use frequently
Fieldset (Chapter 9) An HTML tag used to group related form elements together.
File field (Chapter 9) Form object that allows users to upload files to a web server.
Filter panel (Using Adobe Bridge to Manage Assets) Panel used for filtering files to view in the Content panel
Fixed layout (Chapter 6) Expresses all widths in pixels and remains the same size regardless of the size of the browser window.
Fluid Grid Layout (Chapter 6) A system for designing layouts that will adapt to three different screen sizes: Mobile, Tablet, and Desktop.
FLV (Chapter 11) Video format that you can link or embed on a web page.
Fold line (Chapter 10) Term borrowed from newspapers and used to indicate where the paper is folded in half.
Folders panel (Using Adobe Bridge to Manage Assets) Panel to navigate through and select a folder, and review its contents
Font libraries (Chapter 8) Collections of fonts such as typekit.com or google.com/webfonts.
Form controls (Chapter 9) An object on a web page, such as a text box, radio button, or check box, that collects information from users. Also referred to as form input, form element, or form field.
Form elements (Chapter 9) An object on a web page, such as a text box, radio button, or check box, that collects information from users. Also referred to as form input, form control, or form field.
Form fields (Chapter 9) An object on a web page, such as a text box, radio button, or check box, that collects information from users.
Form inputs (Chapter 9) An object on a web page, such as a text box, radio button, or check box, that collects information from users. Also referred to as form element, form control, or form field.
Form labels (Chapter 9) Identify the form object by its function, such as a “First Name” label beside a text box that collects the user’s first name.
Form name property (Chapter 9) A form property that specifies a unique name for the form.
Form objects (Chapter 9) Objects such as text boxes or radio buttons into which users type information or from which they make selections.
GET method (Chapter 9) A form property that specifies that ASCII data collected in the form will be sent to the server appended to the URL or to the file included in the Action property.
GIF (Chapter 4) Graphics Interchange Format
Global CSS rule (Chapter 8) A rule that affects all website content.
Google Video Chat (Chapter 5) Free application that you use to communicate live with other people through video conferencing, using a high-speed Internet connection and a web camera.
GPS (Global Positioning System) (Chapter 5) Devices used to track your position through a global satellite navigation system, and are popular to use for driving directions, hiking, and map making.
Graphics (Chapter 4) Non-text items such as pictures or design elements that add visual interest to a web page.
Grids (Chapter 6) Provide a graph paper-like view of a page.
Group selectors (Chapter 8) To help to reduce the size of style sheets, multiple selectors that share common properties and values can be grouped together.
Guide (Chapter 10) A horizontal or vertical line that is used to position page content.
Guides (Chapter 6) Horizontal or vertical lines that you drag onto the page from the rulers.
Height (H) property (Chapter 10) A property that specifies the height of an AP div either in pixels or as a percentage of the screen height.
Hidden fields (Chapter 9) Makes it possible to provide information to the web server and form-processing script without the user knowing that the information is being sent.
History panel (Chapter 2) Records each editing and formatting task you perform and displays them in a list in the order in which you completed them.
Home page (Chapter 1) The first page that users see when they visit your website.
Hotspot (Chapter 5) A clickable area on an image that, when the user clicks it, links to a different location on the page or to another web page.
HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) (Chapter 9) The set of rules (protocol) for transferring information over the Internet.
Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (Chapter 9) The set of rules (protocol) for transferring secure information over the Internet.
ID type (Chapter 3) A type of CSS rule that is used to redefine an HTML tag.
Image field (Chapter 9) A field that contains an image; can use them to create buttons that contain custom graphics.
Image map (Chapter 5) An image that has one or more hotspots placed on top of it.
Image placeholder (Chapter 4) A graphic the size of an image you plan to use.
Importing (Chapter 6) To bring data created in another software program into Dreamweaver.
InContext Editing (Chapter 12) An online service that users can log into and be allowed to make changes to designated editable regions on a page while viewing it in a browser.
InContext Editing (ICE) (Chapter 6) This feature sets up editable regions on web pages that users can make changes to while the page is being viewed in a browser.
Inherit (Chapter 10) The CSS governing principle that allows for the properties of a parent container to be used to format the content in a child container.
Inheritance (Chapter 6) To let the properties from the existing CSS rules format the content, rather than applying additional rules.
Inline style (Chapter 3) A style whose code is placed within the body tags of a web page.
Inline style (Chapter 8) A style whose code is placed within the body tags of a web page.
Inspect mode (Chapter 8) Helps you to identify HTML elements and their associated styles.
Internal links (Chapter 5) Links to web pages within the same website.
Internal or embedded styles (Chapter 3) Styles that are part of an HTML page rather than comprising a separate file.
IP address (Chapter 1) An assigned series of numbers, separated by periods, that designates an address on the Internet.
Item (Chapter 5) The name for a link on a Spry Menu bar.
Java Server Page (JSP) (Chapter 9) Server-side application used for processing data in a form.
JavaScript (Chapter 2) A web-scripting code that interacts with HTML code to create dynamic content, such as rollovers or interactive forms on a web page.
JavaScript (Chapter 10) A web-scripting code that interacts with HTML code to create dynamic content, such as rollovers or interactive forms on a web page.
JavaScript (Jscript) (Chapter 9) A web-scripting code that interacts with HTML code to create dynamic content, such as rollovers or interactive forms on a web page.
JPEG or JPG (Chapter 4) Joint Photographic Experts Group
JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) (Chapter 11) Code used by Adobe Edge, it is a subset of JavaScript.
Jump menus (Chapter 9) Menus that let users go directly from the current web page to another page in the site with two clicks.
Keywords (Using Adobe Bridge to Manage Assets) Words you add to a file to identify, group, and sort files
Keywords panel (Using Adobe Bridge to Manage Assets) Panel that lists the keywords assigned to a file
Label tag (Chapter 9) A form attribute that assigns a descriptive label to a form object.
LAN (Chapter 7) A local area network.
Left property (L) (Chapter 10) The property that specifies the distance between the left edge of an AP div and the left edge of the page or parent AP div that contains it.
Library item (Chapter 13) Content that can contain text or graphics that you plan to use multiple times in your website and is saved in a separate file in the Library folder of your website.
Licensing agreement (Chapter 7) The permission given by a copyright holder that conveys the right to use the copyright holder’s work under certain conditions.
Liquid layout (Chapter 6) Expresses all widths in percents and changes size depending on the size of the browser window.
List (Chapter 9) Group of choices made available in a menu.
Live View (Chapter 9) A choice on the View menu that lets you add, edit, or delete dynamic content or server behaviors.
Local root folder (Chapter 1) Folder which houses all the files for your website.
Local site folder (Chapter 1) Folder which houses all the files for your website.
Locked region (Chapter 12) An area on a template that cannot be changed by users of the template.
Low-bandwidth animations (Chapter 11) Animations that don’t require a fast connection to work properly.
Match.com (Chapter 5) Social networking site.
Media object (Chapter 11) A combination of visual and audio effects and text to create a fully engaging experience with a website.
Media Queries (Chapter 8) A new feature introduced in Dreamweaver 5.5, are files that specify set parameters for displaying pages on separate devices, such as tablets or smart phones
Media-dependent style sheets (Chapter 8) Tools for identifying the device being used and for formatting the page appropriately.
Menu (Chapter 9) An area on a web page that contains links to the main pages of a website.
Menu bar (Chapter 2) An area on a web page that contains links to the main pages of a website.
Merge (Chapter 6) To combine multiple cells into one cell.
Metadata (Using Adobe Bridge to Manage Assets) File information you add to a file with tags (words) that are used to identify and describe the file
Metadata (Chapter 7) Includes information about a file such as keywords, descriptions, and copyright information.
Metadata panel (Using Adobe Bridge to Manage Assets) Panel that lists the metadata for a selected file
Method property (Chapter 9) A form property that specifies the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) used to send the form data to a web server.
MOV (Chapter 11) Apple Quick Time. Video format that you can link or embed on a web page.
Multiscreen Preview (Chapter 2) Feature that allows you to see what a page would look like if it were viewed on a mobile hand-held device, such as a phone or tablet.
Named anchor (Chapter 5) A specific location on a web page that has a descriptive name.
Navigation bar (Chapter 2) An area on a web page that contains links to the main pages of a website.
Nested (Chapter 6) A table or tab that is placed inside another.
Nested AP element (Chapter 10) The resulting container that an AP div tag creates on a page.
Nested table (Chapter 6) A table placed inside another table.
Nested template (Chapter 12) A template that is based on another template.
No right-click script (Chapter 4) JavaScript code that will not allow users to display the shortcut menu by right-clicking an image.
Numbered lists (Chapter 3) Ordered lists of items that are presented in a specific sequence that are preceded by sequential numbers or letters.
Ogg (Chapter 11) A free open container format developed by the Xiph.Org Foundation. Video format that you can link or embed on a web page.
Online communities (Chapter 5) Are social websites you can join, such as Facebook and Twitter, where you can communicate with others by posting messages or media content.
Opacity (Chapter 4) Various degrees of transparency.
Optional region (Chapter 12) Region on a template that template users can choose to either show or hide.
Ordered lists (Chapter 3) Numbered lists of items that are presented in a specific sequence that are preceded by sequential numbers or letters.
Orphaned files (Chapter 5) Files that are not linked to any pages in the website.
Overflow property (Chapter 10) A property that specifies how to handle excess content that does not fit inside an AP div.
Parent container (Chapter 6) A container with other tags falling between its opening and closing tags.
Parent keywords (Using Adobe Bridge to Manage Assets) Keywords that are a higher level than child keywords
Path (Chapter 1) Location of the open file in relation to other folders in the website.
Path (Chapter 5) The name and location of the web page or file that will open when viewers click the element.
Path bar (Using Adobe Bridge to Manage Assets) Where you see the path for the selected folder in the Folders panel that you are currently viewing
Permissions process (Chapter 7) The process of obtaining permission to legally use content (such as text, photos, music, trademarks, and merchandise) in a work such as a website or book.
Pinterest (Chapter 5) Social networking site. It is an online pinboard for sharing crafts, recipes, and other items of interest.
Plug-in (Chapter 11) A small computer program that works with a host application, such as a web browser, to allow it to perform certain functions.
PNG (Chapter 4) Portable Network Graphics
Podcasts (Programming On Demand) (Chapter 5) Digitally broadcasted files that users can download and play.
POST method (Chapter 9) A form property that specifies that the form data should be sent to the processing script as a binary or encrypted file, allowing you to send data securely.
Preview panel (Using Adobe Bridge to Manage Assets) Panel where a preview of a selected file appears
Progressive video download (Chapter 11) A download type that will download a video to a user’s computer, and then allow the video to play before it has completely downloaded.
Properties pane (Chapter 8) The bottom half of the CSS Styles panel that lists a selected rule’s properties.
Pseudo class styles (Chapter 8) Styles that determine the appearance of a page element when a certain condition resulting from information external to the HTML source is met.
Public domain (Chapter 7) Work that is no longer protected by copyright and can be used however you wish for any purpose.
Radio button (Chapter 9) A form object that provides an option for selecting a form item; displays as a small circle in a form.
Radio group (Chapter 9) A group of radio buttons used to provide a list of options from which only one selection can be made.
RDS (Chapter 7) A connection type that is used with web servers using Cold Fusion.
Related files (Chapter 3) Files that are linked to a document and are necessary for the document to display and function correctly.
Relative path (Chapter 5) Type of path that references web pages and image files within the same website.
Remote server (Chapter 1) A web server that hosts websites and is not directly connected to the computer housing the local site.
Remote site (Chapter 1) A site that has been published to a remote server.
Reset button (Chapter 9) A button, that, when clicked, will clear data from a form and reset it to its default values.
Rollover (Chapter 2) Special effect that changes the appearance of an object when the mouse moves over it.
Rollover image (Chapter 11) An image that changes its appearance when the mouse pointer is placed over it in a browser.
Root template (Chapter 12) An existing template that has nested templates based on it.
Rows (Chapter 6) Horizontal arrangement of cells.
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) (Chapter 5) Way to share information with viewers of a site.
RSS feeds (Chapter 5) Distribution of news stories, information about upcoming events, and announcements.
Rule of thirds (Chapter 2) A design principle that entails dividing a page into nine squares and then placing the page elements of most interest on the intersections of the grid lines.
Rules (Chapter 3) Sets of formatting attributes for page content.
Rules pane (Chapter 8) Displays the location of the current selected rule in the open document.
Sans-serif (Chapter 3) Block-style characters that are often used for headings and subheadings.
Scope creep (Chapter 1) Making impromptu changes or additions to a project without corresponding increases in the schedule or budget.
Secure FTP (SFTP) (Chapter 7) An FTP option that lets you encrypt file transfers to protect your files, user names, and passwords.
Secure Socket Layer (Chapter 9) The industry standard for viewing and sending confidential information over the Internet by encrypting the data.
Selector (Chapter 3) Name of the tag to which the style declarations have been assigned.
Serif (Chapter 3) Fonts that are more ornate and contain small extra strokes at the beginning and end of the characters.
Server-side scripting (Chapter 10) A method used to process information a form collects using applications that reside on the web server.
Server-side scripting (Chapter 9) A method used to process information a form collects and uses applications that reside on the web server.
Site definition (Chapter 7) Contains important information about the website, including its URL, preferences that you’ve specified, and other secure information, such as login and password information.
Site map (Chapter 5) A list of all the website’s pages.
Skin (Chapter 11) A graphic element placed over or below a video.
Skype (Chapter 5) Free application that you use to communicate live with other people through video conferencing, using a high-speed Internet connection and a web camera.
Slider (Chapter 2) Can be dragged on the left side of the History panel to undo or redo steps.
Smart Object (Chapter 4) An image layer that stores image data from raster or vector images.
Social Networking (Chapter 5) Any web-based service that facilitates social interaction among users.
Split (Chapter 6) To divide a cell into multiple rows or columns.
Spry data set (Chapter 9) A JavaScript object that stores data in rows and columns.
Spry effects (Chapter 11) Screen effects such as fading and enlarging page elements.
Spry framework (Chapter 5) Open source code developed by Adobe Systems to help designers quickly incorporate dynamic content on their web pages, also called Spry.
Spry framework (Chapter 9) A JavaScript library that provides access to reusable widgets that you can add to your pages.
Spry framework for AJAX (Chapter 11) A JavaScript library that provides access to reusable widgets that you can add to web pages.
Spry menu bar (Chapter 5) One of the pre-set widgets available in Dreamweaver that creates a dynamic, user-friendly menu bar that is easy to insert and customize.
Spry Validation Field widgets (Chapter 9) Fields that display valid or invalid states when text is being entered in a form on a web page.
Spry widget (Chapter 9) A page element that enables user interaction on a web page.
Spry widgets (Chapter 11) A page element that enables user interaction on a web page.
State (Chapter 5) The condition of the item relative to the mouse pointer.
Static content (Chapter 9) Refers to page content that does not change or allow user interaction.
Step (Chapter 2) Each task listed in the History panel.
Streaming video download (Chapter 11) A download method that uses buffers to gather the content as it is downloading to ensure a smoother playback.
Sub keywords (Using Adobe Bridge to Manage Assets) Subcategories of parent keywords
Submit button (Chapter 9) A button which, when clicked, will send the data from a form on a web page to a web server to be processed.
Summary for Selection pane (Chapter 8) The top half of the CSS Styles panel that displays the selected rule’s properties when the Switch to Current Selection Mode button is selected.
Swap Image behavior (Chapter 11) JavaScript code that directs the browser to display a different image when the mouse is rolled over an image on a web page.
Swap Image Restore (Chapter 11) JavaScript code that directs the browser to restore a swapped image back to the original image.
Synchronize command (Chapter 7) A Dreamweaver command that compares the names, dates, and times on all files on a local and remote site, then transfers only the files that have changed since the last upload.
Table caption (Chapter 6) Appears at the top of a table and describes the table contents.
Table headers (Chapter 6) Placed at the top or sides of a table containing data.
Tables (Chapter 6) Placeholders made up of small boxes called cells.
Tabs (Chapter 8) Look similar to file folder tabs and are used for navigation above the top of page content.
Tag type (Chapter 3) A classification by type of style used to redefine an HTML tag.
Target (Chapter 5) The location on a web page that a browser displays when users click an internal link.
Target property (Chapter 9) In a form, the property that lets you specify the window in which you want the form data to be processed, such as _blank, which opens a form in a separate browser window.
Template (Chapter 12) Web page that contains the basic layout for each page in the site, including the location of a company logo, banner, or navigation links.
Terms of use (Chapter 7) Rules that govern how a user may use a website’s text and media.
Testing server (Chapter 9) Set up to evaluate how the form works and the data is processed.
Text area field (Chapter 9) A text field that can store several lines of text.
Text fields (Chapter 9) A form object used for collecting a string of characters such as a name.
Thumbnail image (Chapter 4) Small version of a larger image, used so that more images will fit on the page.
Tiled image (Chapter 4) A small image that repeats across and down a web page, appearing as individual squares or rectangles.
Top property (T) (Chapter 10) The property that specifies the distance between the top edge of an AP div and the top edge of the page or a parent AP div.
Tracing image (Chapter 6) An image that is placed in the background of a document.
Trademark (Chapter 7) Protects an image, word, slogan, symbol, or design used to identify goods or services.
Tumblr (Chapter 5) Popular blog where you can post and share text, photos, music, and videos.
Tweets (Chapter 5) Short messages of no more than 140 characters that are posted on Twitter.
Twitter (Chapter 5) Website where viewers can post short messages, called tweets of no more than 140 characters.
Unordered lists (Chapter 3) Lists of items that do not need to appear in a specific sequence.
Upload (Chapter 7) To copy your files from the local version of your site to the remote host.
URL (Chapter 2) Uniform Resource Locator
URL (Chapter 1) Domain name.
URL (Uniform Resource Locator) (Chapter 5) Address of the destination page.
Validate markup (Chapter 7) A Dreamweaver command that searches through the HTML code to flag code that could cause errors to occur with different language versions, such as XHTML or XML.
Vector-based graphics (Chapter 11) Scalable graphics that are built using mathematical formulas, rather than with pixels.
Vis property (Chapter 10) Lets you control whether the selected AP div is visible.
Vodcasts/Vidcasts (Chapter 5) Video podcasts.
VSS (Chapter 7) A connection type used only with the Windows operating system with Microsoft Visual SafeSource Client version 6.
Web 2.0 (Chapter 5) Describes the recent evolution of web applications that facilitate and promote information sharing among Internet users.
Web cam (Chapter 5) Short for Web camera.
Web server (Chapter 7) A computer with software that enables it to host websites and is connected to the Internet with an IP (Internet Protocol) address so that it is available on the Internet.
WebDav (Chapter 7) This type of connection is used with the WebDav protocol. An example would be a website residing on an Apache web server.
WebM (Chapter 11) An open royalty-free media format sponsored by Google.
Widget (Chapter 5) A piece of code that allows a user to interact with a program, such as clicking a menu item to open a page.
Width (W) property (Chapter 10) The property that specifies the width of an AP div, either in pixels or as a percentage of the screen width.
Wiki (Chapter 5) Refers to a site where a user can use simple editing tools to contribute and edit the page content in a site. (named for the Hawaiian word for “Quick”.)
Wikipedia (Chapter 5) An online encyclopedia which allows viewers to post new information and edit existing information on any topic.
WOFF (Web Open Face Format) fonts (Chapter 8) Proposed to the W3C in 2010 as a standard font format for all web browsers to use.
WYSIWYG (Chapter 6) The acronym for What You See Is What You Get, and means that your page should look the same in the browser as it does in the web editor.
XML (Chapter 6) A language that you use to structure blocks of information, similar to HTML. It uses similar opening and closing tags and the nested tag structure that HTML documents use.
XSL (Chapter 6) Stylesheet information that formats the containers created by XML.
XSLT (Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations) (Chapter 6) Interprets the code in the XSL file to transform an XML document.
YouTube (Chapter 5) Website where you can upload and share videos.
Z-index property (Chapter 10) A property that specifies the vertical stacking order of AP divs on a page.
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