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programming language used to create documents displayed by Web browsers, a logical language to format documents that can be universally understood on different computer platforms and by different Web browsers.
the numerical identifier for a computer connected to a TCP/IP network, such as the Internet. IP addresses consist of a set of four numbers from 0 - 255 and separated by periods. For example 220.127.116.11.
the programming language developed by Sun Microsystems used forcreating applications that can be run over the Web, computer language designed to be run on any computer regardless of the operating system.
pronounced "jay-peg," a compressed graphics format supportedby all graphical web browsers, second of the most common image formats used on the Web. The acronym stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group.
packages of seamless, integrated and specialized software applications. Internet suites might include a browser, an e-mail capability, a web page creation capability and others. Groups of integrated software products.
a word or phrase in a hypertext document that is typically underlined and colored differently that functions, when selected, to move the browser to a different web page or a different place in the page.