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absolute URL -

An absolute URL is a complete URL specifying the exact location of a file on the web, including the protocol, the host name, and the exact path to the file location.

browser -

Software that reads and translates HTML-coded Web pages automatically, allowing you to view, download, upload or otherwise access documents on Internet sites and navigate from one site to another.

content -

The "content" is the information loaded onto webpages.


Cascading Style Sheets refers to how browsers interpret your style sheet. It lets you separate the structure of your page from the presentation.

<div> tag -

The <div> element gives structure and context to any block-level content in a document. Unlike some other structural elements that have very specific connotations, the author is free to give meaning to each particular <div> element by virtue of the element's attribute settings and nested content.

domain name -

A network name associated with an organization (e.g., google.com or yahoo.com).

<font> tag

A font element is a container whose contents are rendered with the font characteristics defined by the element's attributes.


File Transfer Protocol is a protocol that allows users to copy files between their local system and any system they can reach on the network.

homepage -

The homepage is the viewable landing page of a live website. From this page, the user can navigate to the different parts of the site.


Hyper Text Markup Language is the code language that underlies all visible aspects of a website.

index.html -

Index.html is the "homepage" page, viewable only by the web designer in Dreamweaver.

Internet -

The Internet is a global system of interconnected computer networks that interchange data by packet switching using the standardized Internet Protocol Suite (TCP/IP).

link -

A link is a connection between a information (usually a word or phrase) on one site to another.

meta tag -

Meta tag is information - such as keywords - inserted into the site by the web designer. This information is picked up by search engines when searches have been made.

network neutrality -

Network neutrality is the principle that Internet users should be in control of what content they view and what applications they use on the Internet.

Tim Berners-Lee -

Tim Berners-Lee is the British computer scientist credited with inventing the World Wide Web, the internet-based hypermedia initiative for global information sharing, in 1989.


The Uniform Resource Locator is used to specify the address of Web sites and Web pages.

W3C -

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is the main international standards organization for the World Wide Web (abbreviated WWW or W3).


The World Wide Web is an internet-based hypermedia initiative for global information sharing.