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SUPPORT
INTEREST
ELECTRONIC LITERATURE
HYPERTEXT FICTION
WWW BROWSER
COGNITIVE FLEXIBILITY THEORY
HYPERTEXT TRANSFER PROTOCOL SECURE
HYPERTEXT SYSTEM
HYPERTEXT TRANSPORT PROTOCOL
HYPERTEXT LINKS
SUBSET
POINT
PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
COMPUTERS
PROBLEM
MEDIA
PUBLIC
EXTENSION
USER
PAGES
LIMITATIONS
IMAGES
VIDEO
CHANGING
WRITTEN
TEXTS
SOFTWARE
NETWORK
PROTOCOL
SERVERS
LINKING
LINK
LANGUAGE
XML
ALT
BROWSER
APPROPRIATE
TERMS
DICTIONARY
COMPUTER
RESEARCH INTERESTS
RELATED INFORMATION
SET
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Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Hypertext"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. A hypertext is a non-linear text that connects various elements (nodes, pages) through links.
  2. A hypertext is a text connected electronically with other texts.
  3. Hypertext is the foundation of the World Wide Web, enabling users to click on a link to obtain more information from a source anywhere in the world.
  4. Hypertext is a mechanism for organizing information in which the information is segmented into small nodes or pages which are then connected by links.
  5. Hypertext is a File structure applied to the complex, the changing, and the indeterminate.

Support

  1. In addition to simplifying the document structure, HTML added support for hypertext.

Interest

  1. Although not exclusively about hypertext, the World Wide Web series of conferences, organized by IW3C2, includes many papers of interest.

Electronic Literature

  1. Electronic literature is a developing literary genre meant to be read on a computer screen, often making use of hypertext.

Hypertext Fiction

  1. Stuart Moulthrop is an innovator of electronic literature and hypertext fiction, both as a theoretician and as a writer.

Www Browser

  1. See also hypertext and WWW browser.

Cognitive Flexibility Theory

  1. Cognitive flexibility theory is especially formulated to support the use of interactive technology (e.g., videodisc, hypertext).
  2. Jonassen, Ambruso & Olesen (1992) describe an application of cognitive flexibility theory to the design of a hypertext program on transfusion medicine.

Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure

  1. HTTPS: Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) protocol is a protocol used in the Uniform Resource Locator (URL) address line to connect to a secure site.
  2. Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS): Similar to HTTP except that the data communications between web client and server is encrypted.

Hypertext System

  1. In 1989, he and Tim Berners-Lee independently proposed a hypertext system for access to the CERN documentation.

Hypertext Transport Protocol

  1. HTTP: Hypertext Transport Protocol - The communication protocol used by web browsers and web servers to transfer html and other files.

Hypertext Links

  1. Links are part of many XML languages, such as XHTML, SVG, and SMIL, not to mention XLink, an XML language dedicated to hypertext links.
  2. Don't use abbreviated URIs as hypertext links inside a document; use the standard format as described here.

Subset

  1. Extensible HyperText Markup Language (XHTML) XHTML Basic - a subset of XHTML for simple (typically mobile, handheld) devices.

Point

  1. Now, we will briefly point to some of the ways that these cumulative considerations impinge on the design and use of hypertext learning environments.

Programming Language

  1. PHP -- (PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor) PHP is a programming language used almost exclusively for creating software that is part of a web site.

Computers

  1. HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) - The standard language that computers connected to the World Wide Web use to communicate with each other.

Problem

  1. The point of hypertext is to deal with the problem of information overload.

Media

  1. Hypermedia is similar to hypertext but includes media other than text, e.g.

Public

  1. That year, Engelbart demonstrated a hypertext interface to the public for the first time, in what has come to be known as " The Mother of All Demos ".

Extension

  1. The automatic creation of hypertext from an underlying knowledge base calls for an extension of this traditional approach.
  2. Secure Hypertext Transfer Protocol (SHTTP) Extension to HTTP to apply crypto services to Web data and transactions.

User

  1. The design tools in Microsoft FrontPage 2003 generate efficient and clean Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), and give user more control over the code.
  2. HTML establishes hypertext structure, where a user may follow paths he or she desires, which are linked independently of where the user is.
  3. To use this application, user need to have browsers in order to find and process the hypertext links.

Pages

  1. Earlier technologies, such as ASPs (Active Server Pages) and PHP (hypertext preprocessor), used this same model.

Limitations

  1. Jonassen, D.H. (1992). Applications and limitations of hypertext technology for distance learning.

Images

  1. Uniform Resource Identifier (URI), which is a universal system for referencing resources on the Internet, such as hypertext documents and images.
  2. It allowed images[2] as well as text to anchor hypertext links.

Video

  1. A blog comprises hypertext, images, and links (to other webpages and to video, audio and other files).
  2. World Wide Web: A global hypertext system operating on the Internet that enables electronic communication of text, graphics, audio and video.

Changing

  1. Hypertext documents can either be static (prepared and stored in advance) or dynamic (continually changing in response to user input).

Written

  1. Although individual 'blocks' of text in hypertext can be read in a linear fashion, hypertext should be written to facilitate non-linear navigation.

Texts

  1. Mark Bernstein has pointed out that, in practice, many hypertext documents have some graphical content (just as texts often include illustrations).

Software

  1. The software, protocols,conventions, and information that enable hypertext and multimedia publishing among disparate computers.
  2. HTTPS - Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure A type of server software that provides the ability for secure transactions to take place on the World Wide Web.

Network

  1. HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) Extremely fast protocol used for network file transfers in the WWW environment.
  2. Hypertext Transport Protocol (HTTP) The method by which World Wide Web pages are transferred over the network.

Protocol

  1. HTTP (HyperText Transport Protocol) -- The protocol for moving hypertext files across the Internet.
  2. Hypertext transfer protocol, or HTTP, is an application layer protocol that links billions of files together into the World Wide Web.
  3. HTTP Hypertext Transfer Protocol The protocol used by Web browsers and Web servers to transfer files, such as text and graphic files.

Servers

  1. Second, the universe of hypertext servers (HTTP servers) which are the servers that allow text, graphics, sound files, etc.
  2. HTTP (HyperText Transport Protocol) - The communications protocol used to connect to servers on the World Wide Web.
  3. As an example, FTP servers listen at port 21, and Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) servers listen at port 80.

Linking

  1. Hypertext can develop very complex and dynamic systems of linking and cross-referencing.

Link

  1. Link functions are similar to joins, allowing a hypertext link in a document to be replaced by the node or nodes to which it refers.
  2. This is done when the user selects a displayed hypertext link within a Web document currently being viewed with the Web browser.
  3. Link - A hypertext facility that allows a connection between two objects on the Internet, whether they be text, video, audio or graphics.

Language

  1. On the Internet, Hypertext Markup Language, a Language used to write a 'page' for display.

Xml

  1. Because XML, unlike HTML, has no built-in semantics, there is no built-in notion of a hypertext link.
  2. XML - Transclusion with XSLT 2.0 - Transclusion is a hypertext concept that began in the work of Ted Nelson, who coined the term "hypertext".
  3. Using XQL, a program could be written to search repositories of XML files, to provide hypertext links to specific elements, and for other applications.

Alt

  1. On August 6, 1991, he posted a short summary of the World Wide Web project on the alt.hypertext newsgroup.

Browser

  1. A link acts like a hypertext link in HTML: if you are using a hypertext browser, you should be able to click on it, and go to the location specified.
  2. Hytelnet is a hypertext browser that allows a user to gain almost instant access to all telnet-accessible sites on the Internet.
  3. The other, the Hypertext Transport Protocol, is a way of moving HTML documents over the Internet from server to browser.

Appropriate

  1. The term "hypertext" is often used where the term hypermedia would be more appropriate.

Terms

  1. The most current version of the TOU can be reviewed by clicking on the "Terms of Use" hypertext link located at the bottom of our Web pages.
  2. Introduction; Hypertext links in postings; Glossary of terms and functions; About Motet.
  3. Conceptual Hypermedia Systems (CHS) specify the hypertext structure and behaviour in terms of a well-defined conceptual schema [7, 28, 33].

Dictionary

  1. Introduction of terms such as portfolio, blog, website, hypertext, text and its properties, dictionary and its diversity, text linguistics.

Computer

  1. When these browsers access (or hit) a page, the server uses the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) to send the document to your computer.
  2. Neptune A hypertext system for computer assisted software engineering, developed at Tektronix.

Research Interests

  1. Stata. His research interests are in the areas of Internet information systems, Web information retrieval, hypertext, and security.

Related Information

  1. Hypertext most often refers to text on a computer that will lead the user to other, related information on demand.

Set

  1. QMW Hyperspace - A set of hypertext based services for general relativity research provided by the QMW Relativity group.
  2. XML is called extensible because it has no fixed format like HTML, the Hypertext Markup Language, which is a set of predefined markups.

American Novelist

  1. Patchwork Girl (hypertext) Shirley Jackson (1916–1965), American novelist and short story writer.

Linguistics

  1. Main purpose of this site is to publish my academic research in the field of " hypertext and linguistics ".

Free Online Dictionary

  1. TD {font-size:10pt} hypertext definition of hypertext in computing dictionary - by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.

Categories

  1. Information Technology > Computers > Internet > World Wide Web
  2. Markup Language
  3. Information Technology > Computers > Internet > Html
  4. Transfer Protocol
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