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CSS
A cascading style sheet (CSS) is designed to give a Web page builder much greater control over the design of the page.
Deprecated Tag
Any HTML tag that is considered obsolete, but has remained in the programming language for backward compatibility or other reasons. The W3C does not consider deprecated code to be a standard part of HTML syntax.
Form
An online document used to garner information from a user, usually for feedback or order-taking.
Frames
A technique which allows a Web site to display two or more pages at one time in separate sections of the browser screen.
HTML
Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is a network protocol used by computers to view the Web.
HTTP
Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is a network protocol used by computers to view the Web.
Hexadecimal
A base 16 numbering system written using the symbols 0 to 9 and A to F.
Hot Spot
An area of a graphic in a Web site that contains a hyperlink.
Render
To interpret HTML commands in order to create a Web page on a user's browser
Tag
A type of instruction, bound by angle brackets (<>), designed to be interpreted by a browser in order to format a Web page.
Validator
A program that checks HTML code for spelling and syntax.
W3C
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is a group of organizations including Microsoft, AOL Netscape, Adobe, and Macromedia. Its main purpose is to manage and set standards for HTML.
Web
A public collection of sites on the Internet that are viewed by the user through a browser and are connected by hyperlinks. Also called the World Wide Web.
XHTML
Extensible Hypertext Markup LanguageĀ  (XHTML) is a new version of HTML that conforms with XML standards.
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