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XLL


Extensible Linking Language (XLL), second part of the W3C's XML specification concerning hyperlinks. An XML extension used to insert links that can point directly to a specific object (image, title, word, etc.) into a page.
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XML


The Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a W3C recommendation for creating special-purpose markup languages. It is a simplified subset of SGML, capable of describing many different kinds of data. Its primary purpose is to facilitate the sharing of structured text and information across the Internet. Languages based on XML (for example, RDF, RSS, Mat [..]
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WYSIWYG


WYSIWYG is an acronym for What You See Is What You Get, and is used in computing to refer to the technology that makes sure the image seen on the screen corresponds to what is printed out on paper. Today this is expected for word processors but in other situations, like web (HTML) authoring, this is not always the case.   X XHTML XHTML (short for E [..]
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Web server


A Web Server is a computer on the World Wide Web (connected to the Internet Backbone) that stores HTML documents that can be retrieved via a Web browser.
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WEB SERVER


A Web Server is a computer on the World Wide Web (connected to the Internet Backbone) that stores HTML documents that can be retrieved via a Web browser.
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WHOIS


Whois is a protocol for submitting a query to a database for determining the owner of a domain name, an IP network, or an autonomous system number.
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wml


Wireless Markup Language is the primary content format for devices that implement the WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) specification based on XML, such as mobile phones.
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virtual hosting


Virtual hosting is a method that web servers use to host more than one domain name on the same computer and IP address.   W Web Hosting Web hosting is a service that provides Internet users with online systems for storing information, images, video, or any content accessible via the web. Web hosts are companies that provide space on a server they o [..]
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virtual domain


Also seen as "redirecting URLs," a virtual domain is one that exists in type, but not on an actual server. Popular redirecting services (cjb.net, for example) will allow you to sign up for a virtual domain name of your choice. This is useful if your actual URL is long and not easily remembered. By typing in the redirecting URL of [..]
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upload


When one computer sends information to another, it is called uploading.
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