file of links stored in a browser for quick, easy access to Web
pages without remembering or typing the URL.
BROWSER–software package that allows you to navigate Web pages.
active element on a Web page that allows a user to select another
page or information.
number of bits of information stored on a page or file, often expressed
in kilobytes (thousands), megabytes (millions), or gigabytes (billions).
place your cursor over a link or button and physically click the
button on your mouse.
automatically stored on your computer by a Web browser to identify
you and tailor information based on your interests; often slipped
onto your computer when you visit a site.
transfer a file from a Web site to your personal computer.
lists that drop down from a menu from which you can make choices.
asked questions, a common feature on Web sites.
in an electronic form to fill in information, such as a name or
measures meant to protect a networked system from unauthorized or
Web page that allows users to submit information or pre-formatted
requests or queries or to answer pre-formatted questions.
electronic or mechanical equipment of your computer.
PAGE–the first page of a Web site, sometimes after a “splash
representations of functions on software toolbars.
worldwide network of interconnected computers that includes a graphic
portion known as the World Wide Web (or “the Web”).
(Internet Service Provider)–a company or organization that
maintains a connection to the Internet, often a commercial enterprise
hypertext connection between Web pages or sites.
or LOGIN-ON ID-account name used to access a computer system;
also, to gain access to a computer system.
BAR–a list of choices on a Web page.
IN'S-a small program added to a larger program to allow the larger
program to do more and or specific applications.
special application for viewing movies.
RESOLUTION–number of pixels high and wide your screen is set
to display, such as 640 x 480 and 600 x 800.
ENGINE–a Web site that helps users locate information on other
computer system that manages, delivers, and stores Web sites.
plug-in program that helps interactive multimedia presentations to play
in a browser window.
computer program that instructs the hardware how to work.
PAGE–an introductory page that attracts users to your site and
which leads into your home page.
that allows viewing a continuous stream of a multimedia file without first
downloading the entire file.
of a connection to a Web site after a determined amount of inactive time.
options on a software window, usually shown graphically.
(Universal Resource Locator)–the Internet “address” of a Web
program or add-on used to view graphic images, video, or animation, often
in a Web page.
jargon for World Wide Web.
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