Bandwidth is the amount of information that can be transferred at one time.
Browse (also called surf) is the way one moves from place to place to find information.
Browser is software that interoperates HTML documents (web pages). Examples include Internet Explorer, Safari,             Netscape, FireFox, and Opera.
Cross-platform means they can be viewed using any kind of computer, Mac, PC etc.
CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) help specify specific parameters and styles for layout/text.
Database is a collection of information that can be saved and retrieved quickly using a computer.
Download means to receive files from another computer.
File Management is organizing and keeping track of files.
Flash is a way to combine animation, sound, and interactivity.
FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is software that is used to send and receive files over the internet easily.
Homepage is the first page that loads when going to a website. The homepage is usually named index.htm.
Host is the hardware and software needed to provide service.
Hyperlink is clickable areas on a webpage that will take you to more information.
Plug-in is specific software needed to expand a Browser’s default abilities.
Scanability is headings and subheadings that allow users to quickly browse through a page without reading it.
Site Map is the hierarchical model that shows pages of a site.
Splash Screen is a page that shows before the user can enter the site.
Upload means to send a file to another computer.
URL is the web address.
W3C (World Wide Web Consortium)
Web Page is a single page from a site.
Web Server is a computer the delivers web pages.
Web Site is all the related web pages from one site.
WYSIWYG means, what you see is what you get.