http://www.cnn.com1. http:// stands for Hyper Text Transfer ProtocolThis helps your web browser locate the web page or website.
http://www.cnn.com2. www stands for World Wide WebThis means that the page you are looking for is somewhere on the World Wide Web.
http://www.cnn.com3. The next section, which is cnn, is the name of the webpage or website. It is flanked by dots, which separate if from other sections of the web address.
http://www.cnn.com4. .com is the domain nameThis tells where the web page is registered, and often tells you what kind of website it is.
Other common domain names: .com - means that you are looking at commercial site, or a site that someone has paid to use .edu - sites for educational institutions .org - sites belonging to organizations .gov - sites sponsored by local state, or federal governments
http://www.cnn.com/WORLD Sometimes, there will be a slash (/) following the domain name. For instance: http://www.cnn.com/WORLD. The / followed by another word or words lets you know that you are going to a different area or page on that website. In this example, you will be taken to the World News page on CNN’s web site.
http://www.cnhs.edu.ph http:// - protocol www - world wide web cnhs - website or webpage .edu - domain name
-end-Assignment: (by Pair)In a short bond paper, create your webpage design. It can be a site about places in the country, environment awareness, physical fitness/health, gadgets, pets, favorite cartoons, fashion, etc. Submission is on Monday – March 11, 2013 Computerized or hand drawn is accepted.Reminder:Fourth Periodical Examination of TLE-ICT – 2nd yearMarch 11-12, 2013 – check your schedule posted outside the ICT LAB1