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Definition of CSS,FTP,SEO & W3C Definition of CSS,FTP,SEO & W3C Presentation Transcript

  • Cascading Style Sheet is a language used to the describe the look and formatting of a document written in mark up language Used mainly to decrease the amount of source code on a page, by referencing a single set of instructions on how to display various elements on web page.
  • This is an example of a website that doesn't use CSS if you click no sytle it stays exactly the same which could be problematic as he has 14 pages and if they want to change something they have to change all 14 pages unlike people who have CSS who can change one thing and itl change all of them
  • This is an example of a website that does use CSS if you click no style it changes dramatically all borders frames and background images dissapear. This makes it insanely easy for them to change something such as font colour etc
  • file transfer protocol: protocol that allows users to copy files between their local system and any system they can reach on the network & is One of the most common methods for sending files between two computers
  • is an act of increasing the number of visitors to a particular Web site by adding appropriate keywords, phrases & by editing the content of a web page so that they are higher up the rankings (top of the page) when somebody searches for them
  • The W3C is an organisation which created a number of rules in which they would like almost all websites to follow. It was established in 1994 to lead the World Wide Web to its Full Potential By developing common protocols that promote its evolution and ensure its interoperability
  • This website ( www.google.co.uk ) uses HTML.5 and does not comply to W3C standards as it has 39 Errors and has had 2 warnings on this page. This website ( www. deviantart.com) uses HTML.5 and again does not comply to W3C standards as it has 425 Errors and has had 5 warnings on this page.