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TERMINOLOGIES

INTERNET – is a worldwide
collection of computer networks
that links together millions of
computers.
INTERNET SERVICE
PROVIDER(ISP)

– is a company that has a


permanent connection to the
Internet backbone and utilizes
high- or medium speed data
lines to allow individuals and
companies to connect to the
backbone for access to the
Internet.
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WWW(Web) – is the part of


the Internet that supports
multimedia and consists of a
collection of linked documents.
TERMINOLOGIES

HYPERTEXT TRANSFER
PROTOCOL(HTTP) – is a
set of rules for exchanging text,
graphic, sound, video, and other
multimedia files.
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Web Pages – these are


the linked documents, or
pages of information on the
web.
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Web Site – is a related


collection of web pages that
is created and maintained by
an individual or group.
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Home Page – is the first


document users see when
they access the website.

Server/Host – computer
that stores and sends requested
web pages and other files.
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HYPERTEXT MARKUP
LANGUAGE – is the
authoring language used to
create documents on the
WWW.
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UNIFORM RESOURCE
LOCATOR – is the address
of a document or other file
accessible on the internet.
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TAGS – special set of


instructions to define the
structure and layout of a web
document and specify how
the page is displayed in a
browser.
TERMINOLOGIES

ATTRIBUTE – specifies
the definition of the tags.

Ex. Font color = “red”


ELEMENTS OF A WINDOW
TITLE – text that appears
on the title bar of the
browser window when the
web page appears.
BODY – contains the
information that is displayed
in the browser window.
TAGS AND FUNCTION
<html></html> - indicates the start and
end of an HTML document.
<head> - indicates the start and end of a
section of the document used for the title
and other document header information.
<title> - indicates the start and end of the
title.
<body> - indicates the start and end of
the webpage body.
TAGS AND FUNCTION
<hn> - indicates the start and end of the
text section called a heading. Sizes range
from h1 to h6.
<p> - indicates the start and end of a new
paragraph.
<ul> - indicates the start and end of
unordered list.
<li> - indicates that the item that follows
the tag is an item within a list.
TAGS AND FUNCTION
<hr> - inserts a horizontal rule.
<br> - inserts a line break at the point
where the tag appears.