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  1. Web documents are written in HTML. To access these documents, you have to use a Web browser like Netscape, Microsoft Explorer or Mosaic.
  2. Most Web documents are created using hypertext markup language (html), an easy to learn coding system for WWW documents.
  3. World Wide Web documents are written in HTML. In order to use the World Wide Web, you must have a World Wide Web browser.
  4. When used for Web documents, the scripts go directly inside the HTML documents and are downloaded to the browser with the rest of the HTML tags and content.

Web Pages

  1. Authors of web pages have a variety of options available for specifying colors for elements of web documents.


  1. Server-Side Includes allow various directives (e.g., to include the content of another file) to be embedded within web documents. (Web site)

Xml Data

  1. XSLT is a template processing model designed by W3C. It is designed primarily for transformations on XML data (into web documents or other output). (Web site)

Visual Information

  1. Extracting semantic structure of web documents using content and visual information. (Web site)

Semantic Web

  1. The first level above RDF required for the Semantic Web is an ontology language what can formally describe the meaning of terminology used in Web documents. (Web site)


  1. XML provides a means of including Metadata in web documents.


  1. Web Site - A collection of Web documents that Internet users can access to learn information about a particular subject or company.


  1. Some browsers also permit end users to send and receive e-mail, read newsgroups, and play sound or video files embedded in Web documents.


  1. The main difference from Netscape and Mosaic is that Lynx allows you to access Web documents from a text only connection.


  1. HTML defines the page layout, fonts, graphic elements, and hypertext links to other Web documents by embedding tags (codes) within the text. (Web site)


  1. A portion of the Internet that has a graphical user interface composed of web servers that provide access to web sites and web documents. (Web site)


  1. Web documents use hypertext, which incorporates text and graphical links to other documents and files on Internet-connected computers. (Web site)


  1. The Web also utilizes browsers, such as Internet Explorer or Netscape, to access Web documents called Web pages that are linked to each other via hyperlinks. (Web site)
  2. Web server - a server on the Internet that holds World Wide Web documents and makes them available for viewing by remote browsers. (Web site)
  3. Swoogle is a search engine for Semantic Web documents, terms and data found on the Web.

Pdf Formats

  1. In this section, 123people refers to web documents such as PDF formats, in which Neil Armstrong is mentioned or quoted. (Web site)

Web Documents

  1. Loading - results from the web In this section, 123people refers to web documents such as PDF formats, in which Amanda Barrett is mentioned or quoted. (Web site)
  2. Like HTML, XML is a markup language, but unlike HTML, it is not limited to Web documents.
  3. In this section, 123people refers to web documents such as PDF formats, in which Neil Warnock is mentioned or quoted. (Web site)


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  Originally created: April 04, 2011.
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