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Internet Terminologies

Discussion in 'Computer Tips' started by Nathan, Dec 5, 2017.

  1. Nathan

    Nathan Glaive Glaive Established

    • Anchor
    Synonymous with hyperlink, anchor refers to non-linear links among documents. Or more simply put, it's the word or phrase that can be clicked to connect to another page or resource.
    • Anchor color
    You guessed it, the color on screen that represents the anchors. The reason so many are blue is that default color. This color can be changed to any combination of reds, blue or green.
    • Agent
    Agents are search tool that automatically seek out relevant online information based on your specifications. Agent examples include intelligent agent, personal agents, knowbots or droids.
    • Annotations
    Personal notes you can attach to the documents you have saved in Mosaic. The notes are available to you whenever it's viewed.
    • Au sounds
    This is an audio format used in Mosaic.
    • Authoring Software
    This term refers to software that enables the creation of multimedia or hypertext documents and presentations.
    This term refers to an interactive representation of a human in q virtual realistic environment.
    The range of transmission frequencies a network can use. The greater the bandwidth the more information that can be transferred over that network at one time.
    A transmission method in which a network uses it entire transmission range to send a single signal.

    Last edited: Dec 8, 2017
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  3. Xexi Adson

    Xexi Adson Enthusiast Established

    Correct terminology
    Nathan likes this.
  4. Nathan

    Nathan Glaive Glaive Established

    Will soon be updated.
  5. Jams

    Jams Glaive Glaive Established

    Nathan likes this.
  6. Nathan

    Nathan Glaive Glaive Established

    Thanks boss.
  7. Jude obi

    Jude obi Journeyman

    Nice one dude
  8. Nathan

    Nathan Glaive Glaive Established

    Thanks buddy.