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The Internet Basics

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World Wide Web
The Internet and the Web have significantly influenced the way the world communicates, educates, entertains, and conducts business.
Influence on Society
ISP (Internet Service Providers)
Web Site
is a group of related Web pages.
Web Pages
is a part of the Internet that consists of Internet-connected computers
The Internet
is a world wide public network that connects millions of private networks.
is composed of computers, printers and data storage devices connected to enable the sharing of computer resources and data.
A Network
Internet connected computers that store electronic documents called Web Pages.
Web Servers
Communication
Email (electronic Mail)
Gmail
Outlook
Yahoo
IM (instant messaging)
MSN Messager
Live Messager
Chatting
Online Chatrooms
Collaborative workspaces
Google Docs
Virtual Meetings
Blogging
Video Blogging
YouTube
Vimeo
Society uses for the Web
The Internet Basics
are specially formatted documents that can contain images, text, interactive elements, and hyper links.
Social Networking
Facebook
Instagram
LinkIn
Online Gaming
MMOG
3D Virtual Worlds
Education
Online Degree
Online Certifications
Informal Learning
Entertainment
Movies
Games
Apps
News
Business
Services
Selling & Buying

The Internet is apart of our everyday lives...
This is how we (normal people) connect to the internet.
Web Browsers
is a software program that requests, downloads, and displays Web pages store on a Web server.
Web browsers turn this...
Into this...
URL (Uniform Resource Locator
is how you can access a web page.
This is located in the address bar of any browser.
http://www.msn.com/news
The Basics of URL Addresses
Protocol
Domain Name
Folder
Protocol
-this specifies the format to be used for transmitting data.

Domain Name
-is the text version of a computer's IP address.

IP Address
-is the numeric address for a computer connected to the internet. EVERY computer has one.
10.52.1.161
Domain Types
.biz
.com
.coop
.edu
.gov
.info
.jobs
Businesses
Commercial, Personal
Cooperative Associations
Post secondary Institutions
U.S. Government
General Information
Human Resources Managers
.mil
.mobi
.museums
.name
.net
.org
.travel
U.S. Military
Mobile Products
Museums
Individuals
Network Providers
Noncommercial Community
Travel Industry
Types of Web Sites
Personal
Individual's own Web page
Organizational
is owned by any type of group, association, or organization
Topical
is a site focused on a specific subject
Commercial
is to promote or sell products or services of a business
The Language of the Internet
Markup Language
is the coding system that uses tags to provide instructions about the appearance, structure, and formatting of a document.
The Language of the Internet
HTML
(HyperText Markup Language) is the language used to create Web Pages.
XML
(Extensible Markup Language) is a language that uses both predefined and customized tags to facilitate the consistent sharing of information, especially within large groups.
CSS
(Cascading Style Sheet) is a document that uses rules to standardize the appearance of Web page content by defining styles for such elements as font, margins, positioning, background colors, and more.
Scripting

these are programming languages used to write short programs that execute in real time when a Web page is downloaded.
Web Design Roles
Creative Roles
Content writer/editor
Web page designer
Web artist/graphic designer
Multimedia producer
Web programmer
Database Developer
Network/security administrator
High-Tech Roles
Content Managers
Testers
Webmaster
System Architect
Oversight Roles
BUT...
The Webmaster
If working independently...
assumes ALL the roles.
And THAT is...
YOU
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