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Graves World Wide Web Terms

Software that allows users to access and navigate the contents of the Internet. Examples are Edge, Chrome, and Safari. Browser
Electronic messages sent over the Web, but not in real-time (like letters, not like texting or calling). E-Mail
A real-time electronic conversation done through the Web, often using text, but possibly also video. Chat
The whole electronic collection of information posted on websites. It includes text, audio, video, graphics, files, and services. World Wide Web (WWW)
A location on the World Wide Web where information is presented using graphics, text, and sound. May contain one or more web pages, like msn.com or ccsd.net. Website
A website that searches a database of websites for words that you enter into it. It provides a list of sites that contains those words. Popular examples are Google or Bing. Search Engine
The address required to connect to a website. URL (Uniform Resource Locator)
The first page of a website. Home Page
Moving from one website to another. Surfing the Web
The computer language that is used to create a webpage with links that let you go to other webpages. HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language)
A highlighted word or graphic in a website that takes a user to a different location on the Internet. Hyperlink
The set of manners and rules of conduct for Internet users. Netiquette
A small file on your computer that has information about your behavior and identifies your device, but allows you faster access to a website. Cookie
Unwanted and unsolicited email, often rude. This also refers to messages that are repeatedly sent, or messages that are sent out to many, many users at once. SPAM
A document coded in HTML that is made to be seen using web browsers and that lets you navigate to other, similar documents. Webpage
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