From Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium
- SGML : Standard Graphical Markup Language. A universal standard used by designers and printers for page layout.
- : (Noun) The configuration of headings, body text and other items that make up a printed page. (Verb) Also, the actual process of designing and putting in place those elements.
- Collaborative public markup : An application that lets any authorized user read, comment on, edit, or extend hypertext on servers, such as MediaWiki servers
- Adobe Flash : Extremely popular multimedia authoring and playback system from Adobe, where flash formats are used for most of the animated ads and video clips on today's Web sites.
- Cascading Style Sheets : A format designed by the W3C for describing the presentation, layout and other design choices of a document on the Web.
- Comparison of Java and .NET : Add brief definition or description
- Google Web Toolkit : Open source web framework written in Java.
- Gopher (protocol) : A deprecated search and retrieval network protocol which ran on the Internet, which saw much of its heyday in the 1980s before the World Wide Web became popular
- HTML5 : HTML5 is the next generation hypertext markup language standard published by the World Wide Web Consortium to provide new ways of presenting content on the World Wide Web that include transition effects, animation, video, and more.
- HTTP : Network protocol on which the World Wide Web is based.
- Internet Engineering Task Force : Internet standards body that operates on a consensus-based model.
- Java platform : A bunch of programs needed for creating and running programs written in the Java programming language.
- Mashup : An integrated application created by combining data and services of multiple applications. On the web, "mashup" typically refers to the combining of geographical location information with a service such as Google maps or Microsoft Virtual Earth.
- Metadata : Data that describes, or is about, other data.
- .NET Framework : Bundle of interdependent programs required to create and run programs using C# and multiple other programming languages on most versions of Microsoft Windows.
- Tim Berners-Lee : British software developer famous for creating the World Wide Web.
- Web browser : A computer program that retrieves and renders webpages to display information stored on a web server.
- Web server : Add brief definition or description
- XHTML : a form of web page markup language which is similar to HTML but adheres to stricter syntax rules, being based on XML
- XML : Add brief definition or description
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- Apple Inc. : US-based electronics company, maker of Macintosh computers, the iPod, iPad and the iPhone.
- BBC : British state-owned radio and TV broadcasting organization founded in 1922 under Lord John Reith.
- Body text : Add brief definition or description
- C (letter) : The third letter of the English and Latin alphabets.
- Douglas Adams : (1952–2001) English author, comic radio dramatist, and musician, best known as the author of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
- Email : A method of composing, sending, storing, and receiving messages over electronic communication systems.
- England : The largest and southernmost country in the United Kingdom, and location of the largest city and seat of government, London; population about 51,000,000.
- History of computing : How electronic computers were first invented; how the technology underlying them evolved.
- Information security : The set of policies and protective measures used to ensure appropriate confidentiality, integrity and availability to information; usually assumed to be information in a computer or telecommunications network but the principles extend to people and the physical world
- MediaWiki : Wiki engine used to power Wikipedia and Citizendium; open source and written in PHP.
- Microformats : Set of community-defined embedded HTML patterns representing commonly-used data on the Web.
- Microsoft Silverlight : Add brief definition or description
- Mozilla Firefox : Open source World Wide Web browser application.
- Online document services : "Online document services" such as Google Docs provide all the functionality of "office" applications on the web, including word processor, spreadsheet, and presentations. Most of them also support internal formats for Microsoft Office and Open Office software.
- Phage ecology : Study of the interaction of bacteriophages with their environments.
- Programming language : A formal language specification, and programs for translating the formal language to machine code.
- Project Gutenberg : A volunteer effort to digitize, archive, and distribute cultural works, primarily the full texts of public domain books.
- Python programming language : Dynamic object-oriented, general purpose interpreted programming language.
- ROBODoc : a documentation tool used to extract API documentation from source code.
- Regular expression : Add brief definition or description
- Sun Tzu : ( 544–496 BC ) Author of The Art of War (Chinese: 兵法), an immensely influential ancient Chinese book on military strategy; one of the earliest realists in foreign policy
- Virus (computers) : A piece of malware that can exist only as part of another, authorized piece of software, which is an unauthorized consumer of resources on a computer; it may or may not propagate to other computers inside software sent to them
- W3C : or the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is a forum - for information, commerce, communication, and collective understanding - that develops interoperable technologies (specifications, guidelines, software, and tools) to lead the Web to its full potential.