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Vocabulary. Internet Terms. ISP. Internet Service Provider Provides access to the internet, usually for a fee Examples: AOL , Comcast, AT&T. WWW. World Wide Web A collection of text and media files stored for access via the I nternet. Hyperlink.

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ISP
  • Internet Service Provider
  • Provides access to the internet, usually for a fee
  • Examples: AOL, Comcast, AT&T
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WWW
  • World Wide Web
  • A collection of text and media files stored for access via the Internet
hyperlink
Hyperlink
  • Links to another page or part of the internet
  • Can be any part of the screen, not just words
    • Text
    • Picture
    • Icon
  • Blue, underlined words
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Http:
  • Set of standards used by computers to move and store files on the Internet
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HTML
  • Hyper Text Markup Language
  • The standard computer programming language that formats internet pages
  • <title>
web p ages
Web Pages
  • A collection of information made using HTML
  • Can contain text, forms, photos, video, & sound
web b rowser
Web Browser
  • Software that is used to view and interact with files on the Internet
  • Example: Internet Explorer, Netscape, Safari, Firefox, Chrome
download
Download
  • Transfer files from the Internet to your personal computer
  • You need to be careful about downloading viruses with the files
domain name
Domain Name
  • Official name of an Internet site that uses words and phrases to identify and locate computers on the Internet
  • The domain name must be unique
    • No websites can have the same domain name
  • Letters after the dot designate which type of website
extensions
Extensions
  • .com – commercial (businesses)
  • .edu – educational (schools)
  • .org – non-profit
  • .net – network
  • .mil – military
  • .gov – government
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URL
  • Uniform Resource Locator
  • Standard web address and it must have two parts
    • Http
    • Domain name
  • 1) Http:// - type of language
  • 2) www – gets onto the world wide web
  • 3) google – domain name (unique!)
  • 4) .com – type of website
homepage
Homepage
  • Main web page
  • Starting point of a website that gives links to different parts of the site
search engine
Search Engine
  • Software that creates indexes of Internet sites based on keywords or full text
  • The more specific your key words, the better results you will get
  • Example: Google, Yahoo
key words
Key Words
  • Specific words used in a search that help limit the number of matches
bookmark
Bookmark
  • Allows you save a web page for future reference
netiquette
Netiquette
  • Informal rules on the Internet
  • Code of Conduct: Remember the human!
  • Example: Don’t be rude (writing in all capital letters = shouting/angry)
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FAQ
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Put on web pages to help visitors get quick answers
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Chat
  • Interactive messages
  • Online conversations in real time
forum
Forum
  • Community Bulletin Boards
  • Usually on a particular subject (technology, cooking, cars)
  • Members can read and post questions and comments
  • Blogs
safety tips
Safety Tips
  • Don’t reveal your full name, phone #, age, or address while online
email
Email
  • Messages sent from one user to another via a network
  • Communication takes time, not instant like a chat
attachments
Attachments
  • Files that are added to an email
  • Can be documents, pictures, video
arpanet
ARPANET
  • Defense Advanced Research Projects Administration Network (1969)
  • Became the Internet
  • Government and scholars could share top secret files electronically
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