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E-mail electronic mail
HTML Hypertext Markup Language
Home Page is the first web page the user sees when he enters a web site.
Internet a global network of networks
ISP provides Internet services to any connected user.
World Wide Web is a collection of electronic pages accessed by using the Internet.
Web Site a collection of web pages for a single domain/organization
Web Page is a document on the World Wide Web that stores textual information
URL is an address for the Internet.
Search Engine A web site or web page on the Internet that allows users to find web sites
access point device which collects wireless signals and sends them to the network
hotspot a location to connect to the Internet wirelessly
protocols a set of rules for communicating on a network
IP Internet protocol
internet protocol Universal addressing system for computers on the Internet
TCP transmission control protocol
transmission control protocol prepares data for communication on the Internet
bps bits per second
bandwidth maximum possible speed for transmitting on a network
broadband high speed communication
domain name unique name for identifying a network or Internet site on the Internet
TLD top level domain
top level domain identifies the kind of site a domain name is
edu education
mil military
gov governement
com commercial
net network of interests
org non-profit organization
W3C world wide web consortium
url uniform resource locator
hyperlink something to click to open a URL
! commentscreating comments within your HTML code.
!doctype specifying which version of HTML the document is using. This is referred to as the document type declaration (DTD).
a creating a hyperlink to either another document
b specifying bold text.
base tag is used to specify a base URI
blockquote indicating long quotations (i.e. quotations that span multiple lines).
body indicating the main content section of document. The body tag is placed between the </head> and the </html> tags.
br specifying a line break.
caption creating table captions.
cite indicating a citation.
code indicating a piece of code. The code tag surrounds the code being marked up.
col specifying column properties for each column within a colgroup.
colgroup specifying properties for a group of columns within a table.
dd specifying a definition description in a definition list.
div used for defining a section of your document.it can group large sections of HTML elements together and format them with CSS. For example
dl declaring a definition list.
dt specifying a definition term in a definition list.
h1 specifying level 1 headings
h2 specifying level 2 headings
h3 specifying level 3 headings
h4 specifying level 4 headings
h5 specifying level 5 headings
h6 specifying level 6 headings
head indicating the head section of document.
hr creating a horizontal rule.
html the container that contains all other HTML elements (except for the !DOCTYPE tag which is located before the opening html tag). All other HTML elements are nested between the opening <html> and </html> tags.
i specifying text in italics.
img embedding images into an HTML document.
li specifying a list item in ordered
link defining a link to an external document. It is placed in in the <head> section of the document.
map defining an image map.
meta declaring metadata for document.
object embedding an object within an HTML document. Use this tag to embed multimedia in your web pages.
ol specifying an ordered list (or numbered list).
HTTP Hypertext Transmission Protocol
Hypertext Transmission Protocol Protocol for sending/receiving Web documents
Hypertext Markup Language Language used to mark up text documents and turn them into web pages
IRC Internet Relay Chat
Internet Relay Chat simple text chatting
finger Original search
ftp file transfer protocol
file transfer protocol protocol used to transfer files across the Internet
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