ITch1terms - 11 Extensible Markup Language(XML used for...

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Jonathan Grant 1. World Wide Web (WWW): created by Tim Berners-Lee as a way to access cross- referenced documents that existed on the CERN computer network. 2. Uniform Resource Locator (URL): the unique address that identifies a web page 3. Web site: the location on the internet of the Web pages and related files that belong to a company, organization, or individual 4. Web page: a document on the Web 5. Web browser (and user agents): a program used to display a web page on your computer screen 6. Hypertext Markup Language (HTML): a simple language used to create the web pages that appear on the World Wide Web. 7. Hypertext: contains a reference to a specific Web page that can be clicked to open that Web page 8. Tags (elements): formatting instructions in HTML documents that is to be displayed on the web page 9. Attributes: various parameters used to configure many HTML tags 10. World Wide Web Consortium (W3C): established by Tim Berners-Lee at MIT to oversee the development of Web technology standards
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Unformatted text preview: 11. Extensible Markup Language (XML): used for creating Web pages and defining and transmitting data between applications. 12. Parser: checks whether an XML document is well formed 13. Parsing: a web browser’s process of assembling and formatting an HTML document 14. Document Type Definition (DTD): used by languages based on SGML to define tags and attributes that you can use in a document, and the rules the document must follow when it includes them. 15. Validating parser: checks whether a document conforms to an associated DTD 16. Well formed: when a document adheres to XML’s syntax rules 17. Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML): a combination of XML and HTML that is used to author Web pages. 18. Web design: the visual design and creation of the documents that appear on the World Wide Web 19. Web page authoring: the creation and assembly of the tags, attributes, and data that make up a Web page....
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