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FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions
A Frequently Asked Questions page is an informative page usually used in a customer service scenario to help website clients understand a company’s products or services.
FTP – File Transfer Protocol
File Transfer Protocol is a communications set of rules governing the transfer of files (upload and download) between computers over an internal network of over the Internet.
A favicon, short for “favorite icon”, is a tiny image used as a website’s logo that appears at the start URL in the web browser’s menu bar, at the top of tabs and on your Favorites/Bookmarks list.
Adobe’s Flash software for creating animation, slide shows and multimedia special effects graphic designs. The graphic output image has come to be called Flash also. A Flash Player is needed to show the graphic.
An Internet security software and/or hardware system that theoretically walls off a computer or computer network from any outside cyber attacks that would seek to take over the computer(s) or steal the computer’s data. Usually used by computers that are connected to the Internet or a local area network (LAN). Most antivirus security software suites include a firewall.
In CSS, floated images generally are placed by a browser as high and as far to one side as possible within its parent element (a div or table division)
A font is a typeset of alpha-numeric characters and special characters for presenting text. For example, Arial is one font and Arial Narrow is another font.
Forms are defined in the HTML code and contain text-entry boxes, drop-down menus, check boxes, and/or radio buttons to collect data from a web visitor.
An HTML technique that allows a web designer to divide a page into two or more separate windows in order to merge two or more HTML documents within a single web browser screen. A frame web site suffers from the search engines usually missing the content and only indexing the outside frame page, not the keyword-rich content.
Software applications, snippets of code or applets that is freely distributed on the Internet. Anyone can download freeware and use it for free. Open source software, such as FireFox, is free. The updates are also free.
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