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cHTML

(pronounced as separate letters) Short for compact HTML, a subset of HTML for small information devices, such as smart phones and PDAs. cHTML is essentially a pared down version of regular HTML over the Internet.

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iHTML

Definition of the term 'iHTML'

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comment

In HTML a comment (or comments) is information designers can add to the HTML for reference. Comments are not viewed by users within a browser, but rather are only visible when viewing the HTML source code.

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XML data island

Blocks (called islands) of Extensible Markup Language (XML) embedded in an HTML document. Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 and newer versions support embedding the XML data inside HTML pages.

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CGI form

A CGI form is a way for an Internet user to interact dynamically with a Web server. An HTML page that contains a form may use a CGI program to process the form's data once it has been submitted.

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HTML5

HTML5 is a W3C specification that defines the fifth major revision of the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML). One of the major changes in HTML5 is in respect to how HTML addresses Web applications.

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container

(1) In HTML, the container is the area enclosed by the beginning and ending tags. For example < HTML > encloses an entire document while other tags may enclose a single word, paragraph, or other elements.

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server-side include

Abbreviated SSI. A type of HTML comment that directs the Web server to dynamically generate data for the Web page whenever it is requested.

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Web Scraping

Web Scraping refers to an application that processes the HTML of a Web page to extract data for manipulation such as converting the Web page to another format (i.e. HTML to WML).

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VRML

Pronounced ver-mal, and short for Virtual Reality Modeling Language, VRML is a specification for displaying 3-dimensional objects on the World Wide Web. You can think of it as the 3-D equivalent of HTML.

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