•style sheet (HTML 11) a series of these rules. •tags (HTML 8) set of special instructions.•text editor (HTML 13) a program that allows the user to enter, save, change, and print text.•Uniform Resource Locator (URL) (HTML 7)the address of a document or other file accessible on the internet. •usability (HTML 22) the measure of how well a product allows the user to accomplish their goals/.•usability testing (HTML 22) measures the products ease-of-use. •Web (HTML 3) the part of the internet that supports multimedia and consists of a collection of linked documents. •Web browser (HTML 7) a program that interprets and displays Web pages and enables you to view and interact with Web pages•Web development life cycle (HTML 15) a process to be used to develop Web pages.•Web pages (HTML 4) linked documents or pages of information on the Web.•Web server (HTML 4) a computer that stores and sends requested pages and other files. •Web site (HTML 4 and HTML 5) a site available to the public. •webbed (HTML 19) a structure with no set organization. •World Wide Web (Web) (HTML 3) part of the internet that supports multimedia and consists of a collection of linked documents. •WYSIWYG editor (HTML 13)a program that provides a graphical user interface.
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