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an amount of computer storage space on random-access memory devices, such as on a hard drive, floppy or USB flash drive.
Anything related to the demonstration of a website, including: website designs & layouts, modifications & improvements, performance & tracking, ads & marketing, beta testing, etc...
a set of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines created by the World Wide Web Consortium as part of their Web Accessibility Initiative.
A schema.org property for the act of consuming written content.
ad trafficking and exchange platform for publishers
a cloud computing model that provides infrastructure-level resources (e.g. servers, storage, DNS, load balancing, firewalls, IP addresses, VLANs) on demand. Contr…
used to break a long string of text into two lines of text. In html, the <br> tag is used for a line-break.