HTML and CSS Vocabulary

HTML and CSS Vocabulary

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Cards (37)

Section 1

(37 cards)

home page

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The first web page displayed when visiting a website. file name should be index.html

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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

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defines styles for HTML in a separate file, so you can easily change fonts, font sizes, and other attributes in a CSS file and the changes are reflected across all HTML files that reference the CSS file.

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contrast

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different degrees of lightness and darkness on a page

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alignment

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Placement of text or graphics relative to other elements on the page

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white space

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the empty space around elements on a webpage

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focal point

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center of interest on the page

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directory

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a folder to organize files on a server

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.css

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A file extension that indicates that a file is a cascading style sheet.

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attribute

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modifies an HTML element

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favicons

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image that shows up in URL box

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.txt

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A file extension for text only files.

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text editor or html writer

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An application program that allows you to manually key HTML commands into a blank document.

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.gif

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A file extension for images, supports transparency and animation.

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repetition

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Duplication of elements or details on a page.

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media

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the presentation of information using animation, sound, graphics, and text.

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JavaScript

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A web-scripting code that interacts with HTML code to create dynamic content, such as rollovers or interactive forms on a web page; also called JS

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.jpg (.jpeg)

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A file extension for images, usually photographs.

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tag

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the HTML from < > the entire element attribute combination.

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proportion

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sizing design elements in relation to their relative importance and to each.

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Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)

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is the language used to create Web pages. It is a markup language, not a programming language, which means HTML used markup tags.

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button

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A CSS created image that a user can "click on" to do something, like download a program or go to another web page.

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ASP

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Application server provider. Server-side application used for processing form data.

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case sensitive

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Words with uppercase letters do not always have the same meaning when written in lowercase. i.e. passwords, file names

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broken link / broken graphic

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A link or hyperlink which no longer works when a web page loads, or when it is "clicked on" or does not take the user to the destination it was supposed to.

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cache

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stores the HTML web page's code as well as any graphics, and multimedia elements

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HTML

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hypertext markup language. the coding scheme used to format text for use on the World Wide Web.

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browser

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software used to view information on the worldwide web. (i.e. chrome, firefox, safari, edge)

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CSS

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Used to control a web site's text color, background colors, borders, spacing, headers, links and positioning of elements.

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cookie

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A text file saved to the computer that identifies users and customizes webpages.

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.html

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A file extension for hypertext markup language

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.zip

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A file extension for (zip) compressed file.

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.png

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A file extension for graphics that supports transparency and interlacing.

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!DOCTYPE

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Declares to the web browser what version of HTML you are using. If your doctype and coding are different from each other the page will not validate.

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anchor

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A tag that marks the start and end of hypertext links.

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Wireframe

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a visual representation of a Web site and its pages.

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.svg

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A file extension for scalable vector graphics

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proximity

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nearness to other related elements on a page.

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