Jorge Herrera 2nd Pd.

  • Vocabulary lesson 7

  • Vocabulary Lesson 8

  • Vocabulary Lesson 9

  • Vocabulary Lesson 10


Lesson 7


Attribute: an addition to an HTML tag that is used to modify its properties.

Container tags: Paired coding affecting the encapsulated contents that requires both elements

Document type declaration (DTD): tells the browser that it should be looking for HTML code.

Empty tags: tag that does not contain text.

HTML: Hypertext Markup Language

Hypertext: organization of units of information that can be connected with links.

Ordered list: each item has a number instead of a bullet by it.

Source code: HTML code

Tags: Codes that can be used in a Web page to designate attributes of a section of text.

Unordered list: good for listing items whose order is not important.

Value: specifies that the paragraph be aligned in the center of the page.

Lesson 8


Absolute URL: One in which the protocol and Web server name is used.

External link: Links to documents that reside on Web sites other than the one you are creating.

Hyperlink: Links to other web pages

Internal link: Links that are used to navigate between the pages of one site

Intrapage link: A link within one Web page, Intrapage links are often used in long documents that are divided into sections

Link: Pointer to a document or file somewhere on the web

Relative URL: One in which the document being linked to is described relative to another location.

Thumbnail: A small image representation of a larger image.

Lesson 9


Cell: An enclosed space in a table. Cells are forms by the intersection of rows and columns in an HTML table. They hold the data/content that makes up the table.

Container: The page in a frameset that defines the names and source files that will make up the frames page. This page is not displayed itself; rather it acts as a holder for the frames page.

Frameset: The collection of files that work together to produce a frames page.

Nested: Using an HTML tag inside another HTML container tag.

Lesson 10


Button: for the user to click.

Check box: are similar to radio buttons in that there are a set of predefined choices from which the user may make a selection.

Form: is an element on a web page that is used to collect data from a Web site user

Hidden field: allows a value to be passed from the form to the page that is specified in the ACTION attribute without the knowledge of the Web user.

Label: for the form element

Password field:  anything that a user types in a password field will be replaced by aterisks.

Pull-down menu: called drop-down lists

Querystring: appended to the URL after a question mark.

Radio button: are another type of form element where the user is presented with a set of options from which to choose.

Text area: is a large space in which a user can type his or her comments.

 Text box: form element is a box into which the user can key text.