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Web Design Chapter 1

Web Designer An individual who converts text, images, and links into webpages.
Website A group of related webpages.
Wiki A group of related webpages to which users add, edit, or delete content by using a web browser.
Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) A mobile wireless technology that provides connectivity within a specific range.
Wireless Markup Language (WML) An XML-based markup language used to design webpages specifically for microbrowsers on handheld computers and smartphones.
World Wide Web (web) A subset of the Internet consisting of the Internet connected computers called web servers on which are stored specifically formatted electronic documents called webpages.
WYSIWYG Editor Software used to create webpages by typing text, inserting figures, formatting page elements, much like working in a word processor; a WYSIWYG editor automatically inserts appropriate markup tags.
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