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Web
Design
Glossary
above
the
fold
 The
top
half
of
the
web
page
that
is
viewable
without
having
to
scroll
down.
The
area
“above
the
fold”
will
 obviously
vary
depending
upon
the
size
and
screen
resolution
of
the
viewers’
monitor.
animated
GIF
 Graphics
Interchange
Format
(GIF)
is
an
image
file
format
that
is
used
on
the
web
for
logos
and
flat
color
images.
 An
Animated
GIF
is
a
moving
version
of
this
file
format
that
is
created
using
software
such
as
Adobe
CS
(versions
3
 and
up),
and
previously,
Adobe
ImageReady.
See
also:
JPEG,
GIF.
Apache
server
 Apache
is
a
web
server
application.
See
also:
Server.
back‐end
 In
web
design,
the
back‐end
is
the
database
technology
and/or
software
found
at
the
server
level.
See
also:
Front‐ end.
bandwidth
 The
amount
of
digital
information
that
can
be
transferred
over
a
network
within
a
given
timeframe.
See
also:
 Broadband.
blog
 An
online
diary
or
journal
that
can
be
used
as
an
interactive
marketing
tool.
Blog
writers
compose
posts,
usually
 on
a
specific
niche
topic,
to
attract
readers
and
subscribers.
These
readers
can,
in
turn,
comment
on
the
blog
 posts.
broadband
 An
internet
connection
with
larger
capacity
for
digital
data
transmission.browser
 A
program
that
allows
you
to
see
web
pages
on
the
internet.
Examples
of
browsers:
Internet
Explorer,
Firefox,
 Opera,
Chrome,
Safari,
etc.
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Cascading
Style
Sheets
(CSS)
 Code
that
is
used
for
styling
and
layout
of
websites.
Paragraphs,
text,
fonts,
colors,
background
images,
etc.,
can
 all
be
formatted
using
style
sheets.
CSS
can
be
kept
in
an
external
file,
and
referred
to
in
HTML
pages,
which
allows
 for
faster
page
loading.
client/server
 A
relationship
between
two
computer
programs.
One
program,
the
client,
request
a
service
from
another
 program,
the
server,
which
fulfills
the
request.
See
also:
Server
(Web
Server).
content
management
system
(CMS)
 A
web
page
editing
system
that
allows
for
easy
content
changes
to
an
existing
website.
CMS
uses
a
WYSIWYG
 (what
you
see
is
what
you
get)
interface,
so
users
can
make
changes
to
a
web
page
visually
without
having
to
 know
any
programming
languages.
cross
browser
compatibility
 A
design
goal
for
web
developer:
ideally,
websites
should
look
identical,
or
as
close
as
possible,
on
all
of
the
 different
browsers
(Internet
Explorer,
Firefox,
etc.).
domain
 A
form
of
internet
“real
estate”
that
is
given
an
identifiable
name
(a
domain
name).
Domain
names
are
sub‐ divided
into
categories
such
as
.com
(commercial),
.gov,
(governmental),
.org,
(non‐profit),
.edu
(educational),
and
 also
country
specific
(.co.uk
for
the
United
Kingdom,
etc.).
Domain
Name
System
(DNS)
 A
series
of
internet
computers
that
act
as
servers.

downloads
 Copying
data
from
one
computer
to
another.
dynamic
web
pages
 Dynamic
web
pages
are
generated
using
information
from
a
database
stored
at
the
server
level.
Server
or
scripting
 technologies
include
PHP,
ASP
and
.NET.
e‐commerce
 Electronic
commerce
is
a
general
term
for
online
or
web‐based
commerce
and
monetary
transactions.
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extranet
 An
extranet
is
like
an
intranet,
but
instead
of
being
restricted
to
use
by
employees,
outside
parties,
such
as
clients
 and
vendors,
are
allowed
access.
See
also:
Intranet.
File
Transfer
Protocol
(FTP)
 Allows
for
file
uploads
and
downloads
to
and
from
a
remote
server.
A
way
for
designers
to
upload
website
files
to
 a
server
space.
firewall
 A
firewall
protects
a
computer,
server
or
network
against
security
risks
and
other
unauthorized
access.
Flash
 Software
developed
by
Macromedia
(now
owned
by
Adobe)
that
uses
a
form
of
scripting
called
ActionScript.
Flash
 is
used
to
create
animations
and
video
games,
and
to
embed
video
to
a
web
site.
front‐end
 Web
technology
that
runs
directly
from
the
browser,
as
opposed
to
back‐end
technology,
that
runs
at
the
server
 level.
Examples
of
front‐end
technology
are
HTML,
CSS
and
JavaScript.
Graphics
Interchange
Format
(GIF)
 A
graphic
file
format,
most
commonly
used
to
create
logos
and
other
flat,
colored
graphics.
See
also:
JPEG.
Hyper
Text
Markup
Language
(HTML)
 HTML
is
a
mark‐up
language
for
the
web
that
allows
documents
to
be
viewable
on
a
browser.
See
also:
Front‐end.
home
page
 The
top‐most
page
of
a
web
site
(www.domain.com
or
www.domain.com/index.html).
host
(webhost)
 A
company
that
provides
server
space
for
websites.
hypertext
 A
formatted
document
file,
such
as
HTML,
that
contains
links
to
other
documents.
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Hypertext
Transfer
Protocol
(HTTP)
 HTTP
is
a
set
of
rules
that
allows
for
the
transfer
of
files
(text,
graphics,
sound,
video,
etc.)
on
the
World
Wide
 Web.
See
also:
Server
(Web
Server).
internet
 The
international
networked
collection
of
computers
that
communicate
via
network
protocols
(IP,
WWW,
FTP,
 etc.).
This
term
is
often
confused
with
World
Wide
Web
(WWW);
however,
they
are
technically
not
the
same.
IP
(Internet
Protocol)
address
 An
IP
is
a
unique
identifying
number
given
to
every
computer
on
the
internet,
and
also
assigned
to
every
website.
 IPs
given
to
websites
are
translated
to
a
domain
name
via
Domain
Name
Servers
(DNS).
internet
service
provider
(ISP)
 Company
that
provides
users
with
internet
connections
via
dial‐up
modem
or
broadband.
Many
also
provide
 email,
web
hosting
and
domain
name
purchasing.
intranet
 A
private
network,
usually
used
by
a
single
company
or
organization,
that
provides
resources
and
communication
 among
employees.
Access
to
the
network
is
limited
to
employees
only.
See
also:
Extranet.
JavaScript
 A
front‐end
design
language
that
can
be
used
for
more
advanced
website
functions
such
as
image
rollovers,
drop‐ down
menus,
etc.
JPEG
or
JPG
 A
file
format
that
is
typically
used
to
compress
larger
photographic
images,
allowing
for
smaller
file
size
and
easier
 download
from
a
website.
link
 An
area
on
a
web
page,
either
text
or
a
graphic,
that,
when
clicked,
takes
the
user
to
another
page.
See
also:
URL.
Linux
 A
unix‐based
operating
system
developed
by
a
programmer
named
Linus
Torvalds.
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mirror
site
 A
duplicate
of
a
website.
Sometimes
used
with
very
busy
sites
or
sites
that
provide
software
downloads
to
control
 bandwidth
and
prevent
server
overload.
Motion
Picture
Experts
Group
(MPEG)
 An
MPEG
is
a
video
file
format.
Video
and
audio
files
are
compressed
so
that
they
can
be
distributed
and
viewed
 on
the
internet.
The
extension
for
this
type
of
file
is
.mpg
or
.mpeg.
nameserver
 A
computer
server
that
translates
a
domain
name
(www.domain.com)
into
its
corresponding
numeric
IP
address
 (and
vice
versa).
network
 Interconnected
computers
that
have
the
capability
to
exchange
information
with
each
other.
online
 Connected
to
the
internet.
ping
 Pinging
is
a
way
that
one
computer
tests
its
connection
to
another
computer.
PHP
 A
server‐side
(back‐end)
language
used
to
create
dynamic
web
pages.
server
(web
server)
 A
program/computer
that
stores
and
distributes
files
to
end
users.
For
example,
website
files
are
stored
on
a
web
 server,
which
in
turn
"serves"
the
files
for
websites
to
web
users
using
the
client/server
method.
See
also:
HTTP
 and
Client/Server.
top
level
domain
(TLD)
 The
highest
hierarchical
level
of
a
domain.
Examples
include
.com,
.net,
.org,
.gov
and
.edu.
upload
 Copying
files
from
your
computer
to
a
remote
server
space.
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Uniform
Resource
Identifier
(URI)
 A
generic
term
for
an
internet
address
(i.e.
www.domain.com).
Uniform
Resource
Locator
(URL)
 Specifies
the
actual
linking
address
(i.e.
www.domain.com/index.html,
etc.).
This
term
is
used
more
frequently
 than
Uniform
Resource
Identifies
(URI),
and
often
used
instead
of
URI.
w3c
(World
Wide
Web
Consortium)
 An
international
organization
that
promotes
standards
and
guidelines
for
the
web.
vlog
 An
online
diary
or
journal
of
short
video
clips.
Like
a
blog,
but
uses
video
instead
of
text.
See
also:
Blog.web
pages
 Documents
designed
for
viewing
on
the
web.

website

 A
collection
of
web
pages,
usually
linked
together.

World
Wide
Web
(WWW)
 Developed
by
Tim
Berners‐Lee.
Technology
that
allows
for
graphical
and
hypertext
information
to
be
viewable
 over
the
internet
through
a
web
server
and
on
a
web
browser.
zip
 A
compressed
file
format.
Compression
allows
for
easier
transfer
and/or
storage
of
large
files.
The
extension
for
 this
type
of
file
is
.zip.
 
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