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an electronic data file containing a set of glyphs, characters, or symbols such as dingbats. Although the term font first referred to a set of metal type sorts in one style and size, since t…
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the mathematical study of using probability to infer characteristics of a population from a limited number of samples or observations. Consider whether your question would be better at h…
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the process of designing and implementing a website with flexibility in how it handles language, text, number formatting, and other details that differ by culture. This makes i…
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the File Transfer Protocol. The protocol is commonly used along side an FTP client for uploading and downloading files.
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Microsoft's internet search engine. Located at bing.com
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No-www refers to questions regarding the usage of domains without the A record www in front of the domain; topics may include questions regarding the removal of www, virtual host configuration, or the…
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Virtual hosting refers to the practice of hosting multiple websites on a single server.
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Google's web browser.
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a lightweight, high-performance Web server/reverse proxy and e-mail (IMAP/POP3) proxy, licensed under a BSD-like license.
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a service from Google that provides individuals and businesses customizable versions of many of Google's online services using their own domain name.
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an e-commerce business allowing payments and money transfers to be made through the Internet.
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A value for the rel attribute in a <a href> HTML tag
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For questions about handling multiple human languages
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Interface elements that allow a user to input data.
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a family of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated works—such as blog entries, news headlines, audio, and video—in a standardized format.
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An internet website where users can hold conversations.
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an HTML element that creates an "inline frame" within a document.
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In the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), HTTP header fields contain the operating parameters of an HTTP request or response. With the request or response line (first line of message), they form the …
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Internet Explorer (commonly abbreviated to IE or MSIE), is a web browser developed by Microsoft and included as part of the Microsoft Windows line of operating systems.
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a piece of data stored by the user's web browser. Unless otherwise specified, cookies can be created, read, modified and deleted and modified both by JavaScript and from server-side …
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API stands for Application Programming Interface. A program's API defines the proper way for a developer to request services from that program.
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The process of moving a site or part of it from an existing virtual place to a new one.
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the transfer of money from one source to another; these questions relate to the use of various ways of receiving payments from customers.
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Preventing unwanted content from being posted on a website.
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A meta tag that contains a description of your site.
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a method or technique that has consistently shown results superior to those achieved by other means.
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For questions about web errors of all kinds.
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Is a HTTP header field that identifies the address of the webpage (i.e. the URI or IRI) that linked to the resource being requested.
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Social media refers to the means of making interactions with other people online, often to create, share and exchange information and ideas.
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a microblogging service that lets users post "tweets" of up to 140 characters.
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a community-created vocabulary (sponsored by Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and Yandex) for describing entities on webpages, in emails etc. It can be used with different syntaxes (most commonl…
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Common value for a HTML robots meta tag.
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a server that queries and assigns human readable URL or IP address.
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a type of resource record in the Domain Name System (DNS) that specifies that the domain name is an alias of another, canonical domain name.
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On modern day computers, localhost as a hostname translate to a IP address of 127.0.0.1 which is a internal loop-back IP address.