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Rutiri-Dreamwr. CS3

Introduction to Dreamweaver CS3 Terminology - Web Site Development

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Internet a global network connecting millions of computers.
Networking a group of computers and associated devices that are connected by communications facilities.
World Wide Web also called the Web, is one of the more popular services on the Internet.
Network Servers also called Web servers, they support specially formatted documents and provide a means for sharing these resources with many people at the same time.
Web Page a unique address, or Uniform Resource Locator (URL), identifies every Web page.
Web Browser a software program that requests a Web Page, interprets the code contained within the page, and then displays the contents of the Web page on your computer display device.
Internet Explorer a once popular Web browser created by Microsoft.
Mozilla Firefox a popular Web browsers used by Web page designers.
Hyperlink or link, can connect to another place in the same Web page or site—or to an entirely different Web page on a server in another city or country.
Website a group of related Web pages that are linked together.
Homepage also called index page, provides information about the Web site’s purpose and content.
Internet service provider provides temporary connections to individuals, companies, and other organizations through its permanent Internet connection.
Online service provider provides additional member-only services such as financial data and travel information.
Wireless service provider provides Internet access to users with Web-enabled devices or wireless modems.
Portal Site Provides a variety of Internet services from a single, convenient location.
Example of ISP Comcast
Example of OSP AOL
Example of a Portal Site Google
News Web Site Contains news articles relating to current events.
Informational Web Site: Contains factual information, such as research and statistics.
Business/Marketing Web Site: Contains content that promotes or sells products or services.
An example of a News Site: www.cnn.com
An example of an Informational Site: www.medicare.gov or www.bls.gov
An example of a Business Site. www.campbellsoup.com
Educational Web Site: Provides exciting, challenging avenues for formal and informal teaching and learning.
Entertainment Web Site: Offers an interactive and engaging environment and contains music, video, sports, games, and other similar features.
Advocacy Web Site: You will find content that describes a cause, opinion, question, or idea.
Blog: This is a short for Weblog, uses a regularly updated journal format to reflect the interests, opinions, and personality of the author and sometimes of site visitors.
Wiki: It is a collaborative Web site that allows users to create, add to, modify, or delete the Web site content via their Web browser.
Social Network: It is an online community that encourages members to share their interests, stories, photos, music, and videos with other members.
Content Aggregator It is a business that gathers and organizes Web content and then distributes the content to subscribers free or for a fee.
Personal Web site: It is published by an individual or family and generally is not associated with any organization.
Navigation Map It outlines the structure of the entire Web site, showing all pages within the site and the connections from one page to the others.
Linear structure- the user navigates sequentially, moving from one page to the next.
Hierarchical structure- one of the better ways to organize complex bodies of information efficiently.
Web-Safe Fonts- the more popular fonts and the ones that most visitors are likely to have installed on their computers.
Typeface the design of the text characters.
Template a special type of document.
Publishing uploading of the Web site top the server.
Secure Sockets Layer for encrypting confidential data such as Credit card numbers.
Uploading the process of transmitting all the files that make up your web site from your computer to the selected server or host computer.
Text Editor- easy-to-use programs that allow the user to enter, edit, save, and print text.
American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII)- the most widely used coding system to represent data.
WYSIWYG text editor allows the user to view a document as it will appear in the final product an to edit the text, images, or other elements directly within that view.
Wiki: It is a collaborative Web site that allows users to create, add to, modify, or delete the Web site content via their Web browser.
Social Network: It is an online community that encourages members to share their interests, stories, photos, music, and videos with other members.
Content Aggregator It is a business that gathers and organizes Web content and then distributes the content to subscribers free or for a fee.
Personal Web site: It is published by an individual or family and generally is not associated with any organization.
Navigation Map outlines the structure of the entire Web site, showing all pages within the site and the connections from one page to the others.
Linear structure- the user navigates sequentially, moving from one page to the next.
Hierarchical structure- one of the better ways to organize complex bodies of information efficiently.
Web-Safe Fonts- the more popular fonts and the ones that most visitors are likely to have installed on their computers.
Typeface the design of the text characters.
Template a special type of document.
Publishing uploading of the Web site top the server.
Secure Sockets Layer for encrypting confidential data such as Credit card numbers.
Uploading the process of transmitting all the files that make up your web site from your computer to the selected server or host computer.
What is an example of a Text Editor? Notepad ++
American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII)- the most widely used coding system to represent data.
WYSIWYG text editor allows the user to view a document as it will appear in the final product an to edit the text, images, or other elements directly within that view. "What you see is what you get."
What is the shortcut key using Dreamweaver to check your web page in a browser? F12
Dreamweaver allows a user to work in the Document window in one of three views: design view, split view, code view. True
After a web site has been tested thoroughly, it can be ________________? published
The process of transmitting all the files that make up your web site from your computer to the selected server or host computer is called downloaded. False! It is called uploading.
Created by: eva_rutiri