Short for electronic commerce. It’s the buying and selling of goods online, through websites. Products sold through e-commerce can be physical products that require shipping, or digital products delivered electronically.
An elastic layout is one that uses percentages and ems for widths paired with a max-width style to allow the site layout to stretch when font sizes are changed. It’s ability to flex to accommodate the browser width and reader’s font preferences are where it gets its name.
In XML, an element is the central building block of any document. Individual elements can contain text, other elements, or both.
Em is a unit of measurement for sizing fonts and other elements within a web page relative to the item’s parent element. A 1em font is equal to the point size for the font already defined in the parent element (2em would be twice the current size; .5em would be half the current size).
An email service in which your email is automatically sent (forwarded) from one or more email address, to another (possibly several) specified email address. "Unlimited email forwarding" may refer to: (1) a catch-all email account; (2) the ability to specify any number of email aliases (each of which may have a different forwarding address); or (3) a combination of both.
An embedded style is a CSS style written into the head of an XHTML document. It only effects the elements on that page, instead of site-wide as a separate CSS file does. Style in an embedded style sheet will override styles from the linked CSS file.
A hardware or software application used to compress audio and video signals for the purpose of streaming. See Codec.
The process of compressing and separating a file into packets so that it can be delivered over a network.
Processing and altering data so only the intended recipient can read or use it. The recipient of the encrypted data must have the proper decryption key and program to decipher the data back to its original form.
This error message means Page Not Found (on a server).
To save a file in a different format (that of another program). For example, many Adobe Photoshop files are exported to become GIF or JPEG files.
An intranet that is partially accessible to authorized outsiders via a valid username and password.