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CUT6 11.5

Computers: Understanding Tech 6e 11.5

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Dynamic HTML (DHTML) A collection of technologies that work together to make websites more interactive.
Extensible HTML (XHTML) The re-creation of the entire HTML 4 language in XML to take advantage of its extensibility. With XHTML, programmers are able to create their own tags and codes rather than sticking with prescribed tags.
HTML5 The latest version of HTML, supporting semantic tags, multimedia, and other new features beyond the capabilities of HTML4.
semantic tag A tag whose name reflects its usage or content type.
server-side include (SSI) A basic interpreted scripting language that’s used for simple operations on a server, such as loading the same navigation bar or boilerplate text on every page.
JavaServer Pages (JSP) A server-side language based on Java, used to write the code on the server that tells it what to do.
Active Server Pages (ASP) A server-side Microsoft-developed language used to write the code on the server that tells it what to do.
PHP (PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor) A server-side language used to write the code on the server that tells it what to do.
Dreamweaver An Adobe-owned desktop PC application for creating and editing website content.
Expression Web A Microsoft-owned desktop PC application for creating and editing website content.
Joomla A web development tool and content management platform that many people find quicker and easier to use than traditional web development tools. You choose a design and upload content, and Joomla puts them together to display a website.
Drupal An alternative to Joomla; an open source content management platform.
hotspot An area of a graphic that has an associated hyperlink.
Flash A common application used for web graphics, creating animations, games, and interactive modules for websites.
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