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Understanding the basics of web design 2

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Understanding the basics of web design 2

  1. 1. DAILY ROUTINE Prayer Greeting the Class Checking of Assignment Review Inspirational Storya. The Smart Frogb. A Touching Story Self Checked Lesson Proper Video Presentation Evaluation Assignment
  2. 2. REVIEW It is synonymous to creating World Wide Web or Web documents. A program used to access the internet? It is one of the services available on the Internet. It is a large computer network that is made up of thousands of network. It is the predecessor of the Internet. The backbone of the Internet. It is a set of rules that allows computers on a network with one another. Who owns the Internet?
  3. 3. INSPIRING STORY A Smart Frog Story B. A Touching Story
  4. 4. SELF CHECKED It also often called the Information Superhighway . It also known as the system of internet servers that supports hypertext to access several protocols on a single interface. Known also as Home page, containing links to documents and resources through out the internet. Allows user locally and worldwide to exchange messages using SMTP. Allow user to log onto computers linked to the internet. A protocol used to transfer files between computers. What is the most common discussion group?
  5. 5. EVALUATION It also often called the Information Superhighway . It also known as the system of internet servers that supports hypertext to access several protocols on a single interface. Known also as Home page, containing links to documents and resources through out the internet. Allows user locally and worldwide to exchange messages using SMTP. Allow user to log onto computers linked to the internet. A protocol used to transfer files between computers. What is the most common discussion group?

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