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Chapter 3 – Basics of Networking Domain – a related group of networked computers - ex. virginia.edu – Virginia domain, which is part of the larger edu domain Domain Name System (DNS) – translates the hierarchical, human-readable names into a four-number IP address IP address – ex. 128.148.1.2 IP4 Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) - IP Packet – data broken into packets to be sent across network; can arrive out of order, error checked, and can use multiple routes The World Wide Web (WWW) and the Internet - Web Servers – computers programmed to send files to browsers on other computers connected to the Internet - Together these servers and their files make up the World Wide Web - The Internet is the wires and routers connecting named computers. The World Wide Web is a subset of those computers (the Web servers) and their files Chapter 4 – HTML Tags – enclosed with angle brackets “<” and “>” - start < > end </ > Required Tags <html> </html> - first and last tags in an HTML file
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course CS 110 taught by Professor Cettei during the Spring '08 term at UVA.

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