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Conclusion

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Each monitor has a maximum resolution that it can display (native resolution) but it can also display lower resolutions. On a Windows PC, you can easily tell the resolution setting of the monitor by clicking the right mouse button on an open area of the desktop and selecting the properties option. From the resulting menu, […]

Computer Monitors

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In order to be an effective web designer, you need to have a basic understanding of the technology used to display your web pages. Initially, computers were capable of only displaying textual and numeric information. In fact the first computers did not have any kind of graphic display. Rather, the results of their computations were […]

HTML

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Since data is sent over the Internet serially (one data bit at a time) it takes a specific amount of time for each file, image or other element to be transmitted from one place to another. The larger the file, the longer the process takes. Because of this, in practical terms, it is better to keep […]

Internet Timeline

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The first web server in the U.S. came on line in December of 19991 at Stanford University. At this time there were only two types of browser. One was the original version that only ran on the NeXT computer platform (a distinctive type of computer like PC or MAC) and a smaller limited version that […]

World-Wide Web

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The term World-Wide Web (WWW), usually shortened to the “web,” is a system of interlinked hypertext documents accessed through the Internet. Although many people use the terms “Internet” and “web” interchangeably, in reality the Internet is the system that facilitates the transfer of data and the web is the data itself. The web is just […]

Web Page Design

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In 1980, the Transmission Control Protocol/ Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) was adopted as a defense standard and on January 1, 1983, all hosts were required to adopt the TCP/IP standard or be left out. During this time the ARPANET was being used extensively by the military and defense communities. In just over eight years, the “backbone” […]

Introduction about Internet

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In packet switching, computer data is broken into small chunks. Each chunk is placed in a package of data called a packet. The packet contains (in addition to the original data) the address of the sending computer and the address of the destination computer. Each packet is sent to its destination by itself and may […]

The Internet

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So what is this thing called the Internet? In its simplest terms, the Internet is nothing more than a series of interconnected networks or a network of networks. If you can visualize the illustration of Figure 1.4 in which the cloud representing the Internet is composed of thousands of additional networks, all interconnected, you have […]

Introduction

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When computers were first introduced, it soon became apparent that the ability to share information between them was a valuable and desirable capability. Initially, if someone wanted to share data from one computer with another, the information from the first computer had to be printed out in some manner and manually entered into the second […]

The Internet and the World-Wide Web

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In today’s world, it is the rare person who has not had some exposure to the Internet and the World-Wide Web. According to recent research, as of the year 2004 there were only about 20% of American homes without a computer while 50% of homes had some form of high-speed internet connection1 . Many of […]