Definitions for "Content"
any form of source material: movies, games, news, images, sounds, etc. which will appear on the user's television or PC screen.
Anything that is offered for viewing by surfers at a site. It could be a free site or a membership site or a site which provides e-commerce products.
plane of the text comprised by the totality of signifieds.
Area or quantity of space or matter contained within certain limits; as, solid contents; superficial contents.
The expression, essential meaning, significance, or aesthetic value of a work of art. Content refers to the subjective, psychological, or emotional properties we find in a work of art (what the work makes us feel) as opposed to its descriptive aspects (subject matter).
the substance or subject matter to be studied by students in Stage 6 Ancient History, eg 'Overview of significant events from Dynasty I to the death of Pepy II'. Knowledge and understanding, skills and values and attitudes are to be integrated into the syllabus content.
Documents and electronic files. The information within the system.
Data and 'how-to' information to be applied within an individual's context.
Content can be discrete pieces of data (a song, a picture, a hypertext document, a 3D model) or can be collections of data (an eBook, a movie, a training course, a presentation).
Contained within limits; hence, having the desires limited by that which one has; not disposed to repine or grumble; satisfied; contented; at rest.
To satisfy the desires of; to make easy in any situation; to appease or quiet; to gratify; to please.
To satisfy the expectations of; to pay; to requite.
Online materials including publications and catalog data.
Data collected includes capital expenditures and operating costs by type of media and the percent that is attributed to hazardous materials. Types of pollutants include air, water and solid waste. The survey also collects data on disposal and recycling expenditures and costs, pollution prevention, site cleanup, habitat protection, environmental monitoring and testing, administrative environmental programs, permits, fees, penalties and fines.
Online materials including publica-tions and catalog data.
Meaning or message contained and communicated by an artwork including its emotional, intellectual, symbolic, thematic and narrative connotations.
Customer owned intellectual property.
The substance of emotional and intellectual intent by the film maker(s) strong, or soft
May also be referred to as learning content, describes the information entered through the authoring editor (eXe).
a tremendous help in my work at the Lakeshore Chronicle," says Cindy Gambill, managing editor for the Lakeshore Chronicle in Manitowoc, Wis
This module will introduce the following areas: Transmission and acquisition of infection Hospital acquired infections Arbovirous infections Zoonotic bacterial infections Protozoal infections of the GI tract Helminthic infections of the GI tract Protozoal infections of tissue Helminthic infections of tissue Viral infections of tissue Herpes viruses Rubella and measles Miscellaneous viral skin infections
form: A distinction between the theme or meaning of a myth, on the one hand, and the style or structure in which it is presented, on the other. Analysts who approach myths intrinsically tend to downplay this distinction, believing that form and content are interdependent and that style is ultimately indistinguishable from meaning; those who approach myths extrinsically tend to focus more on meaning--recurrent themes and images--and to subordinate the form of any given myth. However, the monomyth is a construct that allows comparativists to discuss both themes and formal properties of myths in terms of a generic template whose central features are recognizable despite numerous variations.
Management Web content can be articles, pictures, products, email archives, Flash presentations, streaming audio, whatever. This content needs a lot of things done to it. You might need systems for creating the content (authoring), describing it (metadata tagging), changing and updating it (editing), letting several people edit it together (collaboration), letting the right people do the right things to it (workflow), stopping the wrong people from manipulating it (security), keeping track of how it has changed (versioning and archiving), deciding when to display it (scheduling), displaying it in the right standard format (templating), allowing it to be displayed by others (syndication), allowing it be displayed differently to different visitors (personalisation) and more theming etc. Managing these processes is Content Management.
Keywords:  launchable, carmen, awp, swf, neat
Any launchable asset referenced by a course master; the physical files (HTML, SWF, AWP, and so on) that make up a course offering. Back to top of glossary
Clicking on Content on your navigation bar will bring users to the meat of any course: its content. Students will see a neat outline of course materials organized into Modules and topics Instructors can create material right on the screen with Carmen's built-in html editor or upload files from their own computers.
The main point, storyline, subject or idea being expressed and communicated. Normalize return everything back to zero or a neutral setting.
everything that is included in a collection; "he emptied the contents of his pockets"; "the two groups were similar in content"
The part of an XML document that occurs after the prolog, including the root element and everything it contains.
Add to Lesson Add to New Lesson Browse Browse Filter Browse Other Details Download Related Outcomes Search Search Results View
Browse Browse Filter Browse Other Delete Details Download Provider Updating Publish Search Search Results Unpublish Upload View
The specifics and details of an event, answers what? And why? Contrasts with process or structure.
The part of the argument that can vary without varying the argument's logical form. It can be made up of statements, names, or predicates. In a description of an argument's form, the placeholders—such as P and Q—that indicate where the content can vary are termed variables.
See argument content.
That which is contained; the thing or things held by a receptacle or included within specified limits; as, the contents of a cask or bale or of a room; the contents of a book.
Power of containing; capacity; extent; size.
the proportion of a substance that is contained in a mixture or alloy etc.
Acquiescence without examination.
A physical or digital asset (work or material) intended for communication. Content can be static, dynamic or scripted instructions. Content covers learning objects, resources, files and metadata.
An attribute to the Meta element that provides a value associated with metadata (identified by the Name attribute)
Keywords:  aranet, inc, division
a division of ARAnet, Inc
Digitised data - documents, email records, database records, digital (multimedia) assets.
The multimedia term for information sources and programs that can be digitized for the new communications network.
See digital content.
A document, presentation, or other type of content that a presenter can share in the content viewer. See also content viewer.
or( Heart) or(Why):Meaning, Metaphor, Reference, and Feelings are what you bring to the viewer and how he/she is changed.
1.2] The directory storing Documents. It was divided into "Areas" which contained Documents in hierarchical structure with a static Sitetree. [1.4] The parent Node for Documents and Assets.
the substance of a document.
identifies the content of a webpage (such as discussion comments, news, documents, files etc.).
a concern of the ASTM and other specifications for biodiesel
an important method for identifying Bacillus thuringiensis
a much more reliable indicator of Cordyceps quality than could be determined through testing of the polysaccharides
Keywords:  tradeoff, good, example
a good example of this
a good tradeoff
Any content or other material a Member supplies, posts or otherwise makes available via or through the Exchange.
As computer-mediated communication has evolved from its roots in science and academia, the interesting material available publicly has become known as "content".
Data that is written to an output file or stream. In this documentation, content is highlighted with this color.
The body of a resource in Oracle XML DB and what you get when you treat the resource like a file and ask for its contents. Content is always an XMLType.
Everyone in the carriage was interested in the contents of his briefcase.
a feature article release service that connects your feature articles with subscription-based daily and weekly newspapers, magazines and online publications nationwide
An expression of assent to a bill or motion; an affirmative vote; also, a member who votes "Content.".
Keywords:  sleepy, relaxed, situation, read, heart
the state of being contented with your situation in life; "he relaxed in sleepy contentedness"; "they could read to their heart's content"
a necessary concomitant to increased complexity of organization
Data stored or generated at an origin server. Content is typically displayed or interpreted by a user agent in response to a user request.
Data that is stored or generated at the origin server. It is usually displayed or interpreted by a user agent in response to a user request.
Keywords:  poems, wish, photos, stories, anything
Stories, images, photos, poems, or anything else you wish to share over the Internet.
Keywords:  spoken, words, whatever, 'meat, links
The words that you say, as distinct from the way that you say them.
All the material in an email message except for the codes showing the delivery route and return-path information. Includes all words, images and links.
The actual 'meat' of a document -- all of the words, images, and links which a user can read and interact with. I use this term a lot to mean "whatever you put in the document."
The sum or range of what has been perceived, discovered, or learned. The amount of value that can be contined.
a highly improper form of "pass.".
Language conveys meaning through both, form and content, and they must both be transferred into parallel and equivalent language in order to produce a translation.
Companies provide data on dollar value of retail sales, sales taxes collected, inventories, method-of-inventory valuation, cost of purchases, and account receivables balances.
an entity that has a specific structure to represent the reality
Keywords:  abstract, entity, controller
an abstract entity controlled by a controller
Keywords:  rented, true, commons, purchased
a true commons that is neither rented nor purchased
Keywords:  valid, library, service
a valid library service
the meaning communicated in a given work.
what a communication that is about something is about
Keywords:  copy, see
Keywords:  nodes, object, access, provides
The content object provides access to the content nodes.
make content; "I am contented"