This refers to the coding applied to a text document to change it into an HTML, XML, or other Markup Language document.
Abbreviation for "Millions of Bits Per Second", or "MegaBits Per Second". It is a measure of bandwidth.
Megabyte (MB) - 1024 kilobytes (KB). 1024 is 2^20 bytes, which is 1,048,576 bytes. A megabyte usually refers to 1,000,000 bytes when used to describe disk storage capacity and transmission rates.
A bank account that allows for the receipt of credit card funds.
Meta data is the data contained in the header that offers information about the web page that a visitor is currently on. The information contained in the meta data isn’t viewable on the web page (except in the source code). Meta data is contained within meta tags.
A special HTML tag that provides information about a Web page. Unlike normal HTML tags, meta tags do not affect how the page is displayed.
The process by which a user places his/her mouse over a media object, without clicking. The mouse may need to remain still for a specified amount of time to initiate some actions.
Mozilla is a free, cross-platform open source Web browser and application framework. The Mozilla Suite is available for many Operating Systems and includes a Web browser, mail and news reader, HTML editor and an IRC client. Mozilla comprises the Gecko rendering engine which is also used in other browser products such as Mozilla Firefox, a cross-platform browser and Camino, a web browser for Mac OS X. Mozilla Thunderbird is a cross-platform mail and news reader.
Short for Mpeg Layer 3. MP3 is an audio compression standard for encoding music. MP3 files have a file extension ".mp3".
An MX record (eMail eXchanger) is an entry in your DNS table (zone file) that controls where email is sent for the domain name.
An Open Source Software relational database management system which uses a subset of ANSI SQL (Structured Query Language), MySQL (pronounced "My-Ess-Kew-El") is a free, open source database, commonly employed with most of the popular server-side scripting languages including PHP, JSP, and ASP.