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Web Pages
are written
in a language
called . . . . HTML
Hyper-Text Markup Language
HTML
Hyper-Text Markup Language
Hyper-Text ?
Markup ?
Hyper-Text
Markup
Language
10 DNS and Name Resolution
9 SSL and 128-Bit Encryption
8 Frames — Pros and Cons
7 Choosing a Web Host
6 Role of the W3C
5 Search Engines
4 Proprietary Extensions
3 CSS as part of DHTML
2 “Browser Wars”
1 Table of Contents
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Table of Contents
“Browser Wars”
CSS as part of DHTML
Proprietary Extensions
Search Engines
Role of the W3C
Choosing a Web Host
Frames — Pros and Cons
SSL and 128-Bit Encryption
DNS and Name Resolution
numeric order
1 Table of Contents
9 SSL and 128-Bit Encryption
5 Search Engines
6 Role of the W3C
4 Proprietary Extensions
8 Frames — Pros and Cons
10 DNS and Name Resolution
3 CSS as part of DHTML
7 Choosing a Web Host
2 “Browser Wars”
Microsoft and Netscape compete to produce the
best browser, but give their work away for free.
This seems strange at first — if you don’t make
money on your product, how can you keep making
it? These companies recognized early on that
brand recognition meant money in the bank.
Sometimes the race to build the latest and greatest
browser means that W3C recommendations are
ignored, or poorly implemented. Netscape 4.7 is
one example.
alphabetic order
1 Table of Contents
9 SSL and 128-Bit Encryption
5 Search Engines
6 Role of the W3C
4 Proprietary Extensions
8 Frames — Pros and Cons
10 DNS and Name Resolution
3 CSS as part of DHTML
7 Choosing a Web Host
2 “Browser Wars”
Microsoft and Netscape compete to produce the
best browser, but give their work away for free.
This seems strange at first — if you don’t make
money on your product, how can you keep making
it? These companies recognized early on that
brand recognition meant money in the bank.
Sometimes the race to build the latest and greatest
browser means that W3C recommendations are
ignored, or poorly implemented. Netscape 4.7 is
one example.
“hyper” linked icons
1 Table of Contents
9 SSL and 128-Bit Encryption
5 Search Engines
6 Role of the W3C
4 Proprietary Extensions
8 Frames — Pros and Cons
10 DNS and Name Resolution
3 CSS as part of DHTML
7 Choosing a Web Host
2 “Browser Wars”
Microsoft and Netscape compete to produce the
best browser, but give their work away for free.
This seems strange at first — if you don’t make
money on your product, how can you keep making
it? These companies recognized early on that
brand recognition meant money in the bank.
Sometimes the race to build the latest and greatest
browser means that W3C recommendations are
ignored, or poorly implemented. Netscape 4.7 is
one example.
“hyper” linked icons
1 Table of Contents
9 SSL and 128-Bit Encryption
5 Search Engines
6 Role of the W3C
4 Proprietary Extensions
8 Frames — Pros and Cons
10 DNS and Name Resolution
3 CSS as part of DHTML
7 Choosing a Web Host
2 “Browser Wars”
Microsoft and Netscape compete to produce the
best browser, but give their work away for free.
This seems strange at first — if you don’t make
money on your product, how can you keep making
it? These companies recognized early on that
brand recognition meant money in the bank.
Sometimes the race to build the latest and greatest
browser means that W3C recommendations are
ignored, or poorly implemented. Netscape 4.7 is
one example.
“hyper” linked icons
1 Table of Contents
9 SSL and 128-Bit Encryption
5 Search Engines
6 Role of the W3C
4 Proprietary Extensions
8 Frames — Pros and Cons
10 DNS and Name Resolution
3 CSS as part of DHTML
7 Choosing a Web Host
2 “Browser Wars”
Microsoft and Netscape compete to produce the
best browser, but give their work away for free.
This seems strange at first — if you don’t make
money on your product, how can you keep
making it? These companies recognized early on
that brand recognition meant money in the bank.
Sometimes the race to build the latest and
greatest browser means that W3C
recommendations are ignored, or poorly
implemented. Netscape 4.7 is one example.
“hyper” linked text
“hyper” linked text
Hyper-Text
Markup
Language
The Widget Warehouse
Supplier of Widgets to the World
Since 1999, The Widget Warehouse has been the leading supplier of widgets
to the top ten manufacturers of gizmos, zappers, and thing-a-ma-jigs. We
are proud of our widget workmanship, a full-line of widgets for any of your
manufacturing needs, and our record of 100% customer satisfaction.
What makes The Widget Warehouse’s widgets the finest widgets?
* Titanium alloy construction
* Precision machining
* Teflon(R) coating
Where are the Widgets?
The Widget Warehouse is headquartered at 999 Widget Way, Walla Walla,
Washington, 98765, or you can locate the nearest authorized Widget
Warehouse outlet near you by visiting our web site, at
http://www.widgetwarehouse.com.
When you want widgets, there’s no place like The Widget Warehouse. For rush
delivery, call us at 800-555-1212, and ask for Wally or Wanda Wichowski.
We look forward to serving your every widget need.
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The Widget Warehouse
Supplier of Widgets to the World
Since 1999, The Widget Warehouse has been the leading supplier of widgets
to the top ten manufacturers of gizmos, zappers, and thing-a-ma-jigs. We
are proud of our widget workmanship, a full-line of widgets for any of your
manufacturing needs, and our record of 100% customer satisfaction.
What makes The Widget Warehouse’s widgets the finest widgets?
* Titanium alloy construction
* Precision machining
* Teflon(R) coating
Where are the Widgets?
The Widget Warehouse is headquartered at 999 Widget Way, Walla Walla,
Washington, 98765, or you can locate the nearest authorized Widget
Warehouse outlet near you by visiting our web site, at
http://www.widgetwarehouse.com.
When you want widgets, there’s no place like The Widget Warehouse. For rush
delivery, call us at 800-555-1212, and ask for Wally or Wanda Wichowski.
We look forward to serving your every widget need.
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