A leased-line connection to the Internet which can transfer data at 1.544 Mbps. A T-1 line could transfer a megabyte in less than 10 seconds if at maximum theoretical capacity. A T-1 line contains 24 individual channels, each of which can transfer data at 64 Kbps. Each of these 24 channels can transfer voice or data traffic. Many telephone companies will allow you to buy a portion of these individual channels, called "fractional T-1 access". T-1 lines are also called DS1 lines.
A tag is a set of markup characters that are used around an element to indicate its start and end. Tags can also include HTML or other code to specify how that element should look or behave on the page. See also HTML Tag.
A template is a file used to create a consistent design across a website. Templates are often used in conjunction with a CMS and contain both structural information about how a site should be set up, but also stylistic information about how the site should look.
1024 gigabytes (GB), but sometimes used to refer to 1000 gigabytes.
In an online form, text-entry boxes allow users to type in text information. If you place your cursor inside the text boxes, you will be able to type information into the online form.
A series of messages related to the same topic in a discussion group or newsgroup, such as an original post and related follow-ups.
A small version of a graphic image.
Short for Tagged Image File Format. A file format used for storing uncompressed images.
A typeface contains a series of fonts. For example, the typeface Arial contains the fonts Arial, Arial Bold, Arial Italic and Arial Bold Italic.