WebPages is a CGI script written in Perl that can centralize all pages from several webservers containing this script, and merge them all into one page. It is especially useful for distributed sites that hold personal pages.
Documents existing as computer files that can be accessed from the world wide web and viewed using a web browser. They can contain text, sound and video material.
Pages on the internet which may contain text, pictures, movies, animation and sound.
A list of links to Web sites that instructors can include in a LearningSpace - Virtual Classroom session. Back to top of glossary
A part of a web site with a unique URL. e.g. Search is one of the pages on MaxNet's web site.
A file, or group of files, or folders in Windows 95 jargon, for which someone has paid space rental to an ISP to hold on their computer or server. Access to the format of the page is only available to the site owner, or tenant, via a password, but general access to the images of the page or pages is usually available to the whole world.
Files which are used to display information across the Internet and which make up the world wide web. They are written in HTML and may contain references to other such files, images or just about anything else. When they arrive at their destination, a browser is used to display the contents. Winsock (Windows Sockets) A standard way for TCP/IP programs and Internet client programs ( E-mail, Browser, FTP) to communicate on windows.
Pages of information that people can put onto web sites so that others can access that information easily from anywhere, usually written in HTML.
Web pages are the individual pages that are loaded into the browser. This is one page. As you click on the links, the browser will load up the next page. Web pages are saved as ASCII text and have the extension .html or .htm.
In addition to all of the facilities afforded by the Qualidex directory, there is also the possibility of adding a Web Page to a Listing. These hosted Web Pages carry no Qualidex branding and give the user free rein to present their business to the public in the same way as a full web site, but without the enormous cost or technical knowledge. The Edit Suite means that even a novice computer user can create a page with text, images, tables, lists, links and so on through a simple but powerful web interface without any programming knowledge.
Synonym for HTML documents, we use Web pages in this book to refer to sets of related, interlinked HTML documents, usually produced by a single author or organization.
Electronic files that contain text, graphics, and hyperlinks.
Documents that are hosted on Web servers and made available to the public via the World Wide Web. They are formatted in HTML and may contain additional features.
Documents that contain text, graphics, sound, and/or video and have built-in connections called hyperlinks. A Web page or webpage is a "page" of the World Wide Web, usually in HTML/XHTML format (the file extensions are typically htm or html) and with hypertext links to enable navigation from one page or section to another. Web pages often use associated graphics files to provide illustration, and these too can be clickable links. Web pages can be static or dynamic. Dynamic web pages contain server side programming code along with content of the page while static pages contain no server side programming code.
one discrete file on a web site. Unlike a printed page, it can be of any length or width.