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Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) HTML is the markup language that defines page structure, hyperlinks, graphics and more to enable pages to render in Web browsers and other devices.
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) rules in an external text file that determine how to display HTML elements in your Web pages.
Additional Web page elements Other web languages and programs to help enhance the website.
markup languages. many Web design professionals refer to HTML as "markup," simply because many of their pages will be viewed using applications other than Web browsers.
HTML5 Markup language used for structuring and presenting Web page content
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Style sheet language that provides the formatting and "look" of a Web page or document written in a markup language
JavaScript Scripting language that provides dynamic, interactive capabilities to Web pages
Graphical user interface (GUI) A program that provides visual navigation with menus and screen icons, and performs automated functions when users click command buttons.
Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) A protocol that enables operating systems to map file name extensions to corresponding applications. Also used by applications to automatically process files downloaded from the Internet.
Cloud computing Software, infrastructure and platform services that are hosted by a remote data center and provided to organizations or individuals over the Internet.

user agent Any application, such as a Web browser, mobile phone, smartphone or help engine, that renders HTML for display to users.

web content accessibility guidelines Developed by the web accessibility initiative to provide a universal set of standards promoting accessibility
section 508 with disabilities act Ensures that disabled individuals have a comparable level of access to information
Wireframing The process of developing an outline for a Web presence.
site map A brief, hierarchical representation of a Web site that enables visitors to quickly identify areas of the site and navigate to them.
trouble ticket A record of a problem related to a service provided by an ISP or cloud service provider. Used to record receipt of a complaint and track resolution of the problem.
trolls A Web user who publishes negative comments or submits feedback simply to annoy or anger.
trouble ticket A record of a problem related to a service provided by an ISP or cloud service provider. Used to record receipt of a complaint and track resolution of the problem.
Software as a Service (SaaS Software that is hosted centrally on the Internet and accessed by users with a Web browser.

Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) A metalanguage used to create other languages, including HTML and XHTML.
metalanguage A language used for defining other languages.
Document Type A set of rules contained in a simple text file that defines the structure, syntax and vocabulary as it relates to tags and attributes for a corresponding document.
Definition (DTD) A set of rules contained in a simple text file that defines the structure, syntax and vocabulary as it relates to tags and attributes for a corresponding document.
hyperlinks Embedded instructions within a text file that link it to another point in the file or to a separate file.
Extensible Markup Language (XML) A markup language that describes document content instead of adding structure or formatting to document content. A simplified version of SGML.
clients An individual computer connected to a network. Also, a system or application (such as a Web browser or user agent) that requests a service from another computer (the server) and is used to access files or documents.
offline storage The ability for Web browsers and online services to download and access content and services without being connected to the Internet.
geolocation An HTML5 Application Programming Interface that allows developers to retrieve the geographical location information for a client-side device.