||An HTML element that allows the user to specify not only
the page that they want to view, but also the specific area of a
page. Anchors are typically used with long pages as a method
to easily navigate the content.
||A program that runs from a web page.
||Describes the characteristics of the element. Used
inside the element's tag.
||See Anchor. FrontPage refers to Anchors as
|Cascading Style Sheets
||A form of markup used in conjunction with HTML
||"Hot Spots" are placed on an image so that the
user can click on a specific hot spot and navigate to a new page.
||The components that make up an HTML document are called
elements. Paragraphs, headings and lists are examples of elements
possible in an HTML document.
||An action that is typically initiated by the user.
(Mouse clicks, Mouse Overs, etc.)
||Scripting code that identifies instructions to be
executed when a particular event occurs.
||The link that has the focus is the link that would be
selected if the enter key was pressed. Or when the user clicks
on a link, that link gets the focus.
||An element of HTML that allows the web page to be
divided into physically separate panes or "frames" where
content of those panes can be changed individually.
||A click able region on an image map
||A particular scripting language. See Script
||The descriptive text that identifies what type of data a
form field is expecting. (i.e. First Name, Last
Name, Phone Number, etc)
||The use of elements to format the data in an HTML
||A method of creating a table of contents for your
site. Typically this table of contents will be organized in a
way where all of the navigation links are grouped together in a
particular location on all pages within the site.
||A type of program designed for web pages to provide for
automated functionality or enhanced control of user interaction..
||The part of the web browser that indicates the status of
a web page. (i.e. Loading, Done, etc) The status bar
will display the URL of a hyperlink when the mouse is hovering over
||See Cascading Style Sheets
||The TAB key is used to navigate through click able links
on a web page. By setting the Tab Index, the designer could
control the order in which the focus is moved from link to link.
||The specific codes for elements used to format HTML
documents for the WWW.