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What does WWW stand for? And following abbreviations?. HTTP: Hyper Text Transfer Protocol HTML: Hyper Text Mark-up Language URL: Uniform Resource Locator XML: Extensible Mark-up Language. Describe a complete Web browsing session. User request DNS lookup HTTP Request

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what does www stand for and following abbreviations
What does WWW stand for? And following abbreviations?
  • HTTP: Hyper Text Transfer Protocol
  • HTML: Hyper Text Mark-up Language
  • URL: Uniform Resource Locator
  • XML: Extensible Mark-up Language
describe a complete web browsing session
Describe a complete Web browsing session.
  • User request
  • DNS lookup
  • HTTP Request
  • Send   Get  / HTTP /1.1
  • Server checks request
  • Server sends back HTML
  • Document or result via HTTP
what is a dynamic web site what is a static web site
What is a dynamic Web site? What is a static Web site?
  • Static (content and design)
    • Web sites will be a flat-file system of HTML files
    • The requirements for a static site are mostly content related
    • All pages reside on the server and have fixed content that will be served “as is” to the user
    • The dynamic generation of Web pages is impossible
    • Content and presentation are merged
  • Dynamic (content, design and programming)
    • The contents be stored in a database 
    • Dynamic site will have content requirements and functionality requirements
    • Database-driven site separates content from presentation
tell the advantages of a dynamic web site
Tell the advantages of a dynamic Web site.
  • Dynamic generation of pages
  • Individually tailored content
  • The use of pre-designed templates ensures uniformity in page appearance
  • Search capability
  • Ease of management and updating
  • Simplification of site maintenance
name any three of the web site content organization models
Name any three of the Web site content organization models.
  • Linear Model
  • Grid Model
  • Pure Web Model
  • Hierarchy Model
write an html code to create the following effect alignment should also be considered
Write an HTML code to create the following effect (Alignment should also be considered).
  • NAME ROOM TELEPHONE
  • ZHANFANG ZHAO T409 6340
  • <table rules=all width=80% align=center>
  • <tr><th>NAME<th>ROOM<tg>TELEPHONE
  • <tr><td>ZHANFANG ZHAO<td>T409<td>6340
  • </table>
write a web page to display following structure
Write a web page to display following structure.

Frame1

Frame2 Frame3

  • <frameset rows=“15%,50%" name=”upper”>
  • <frame src=“Frame1.html">
  • <frameset cols=“50%,*">
  • <frame src=“Frame2.html" name=”index”>
  • <frame src=“Frame3.html” name=”main”>
  • </frameset>
  • </frameset>
what is the syntax to use form on a web page give an example
What is the syntax to use form on a web page? Give an example!
  • <FORM action=http://devlab.dartmouth.edu/cowen/cgi-bin/form.cgi method=post>
  • …………………
  • </FORM>
what is client profiling explain the importance of client profiling
What is client profiling? Explain the importance of client profiling.
  • Client profiling will collect the following information about the client application
    • What platform are currently used on the network?
    • What browsers are used?
    • What screen resolutions are supported?
    • Has the user been to the site before?
    • What language does the user speak?
    • What are her/his likes and dislikes?
  • In brief, the client profiling is simply the idea of trying to determine as much as possible about the client’s system and then designing the site or modifying the site to meet a particular configuration for users.
what is hypertext
What is hypertext?
  • Hypertext:
    • A large body of information is organized into numerous pages, or, in the case of the Web, into pages
    • The pages relate to each other
    • A user needs only a small fraction of the info at any given time
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