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The technical language of a group or occupation.
A programming language that allows programs to run similarly on any supported hardware/operating-system platform.
A scripting language used primarily to develop dynamic web sites, including effects like mouseovers.
A software program that reads the content of a computer screen using a synthetic voice.
Self-explanatory, self-instructional teaching devices.
A document that describes the contributions, duties, outcomes, responsibilities, and reporting relationships of a specific job.
A development methodology that involves the client or end user in the design and development of an application, through a succession of collaborative workshops called JAD sessions. See also project management methodologies.
A blog in the form of a personal diary or journal. See also blog types.
(Pronounced "J-peg") Joint photographic experts group file format. See also bitmap graphics file formats.
A pop-up window or animation page that directs the Internet user to a product or service.
Text aligned on both the left and right margins. Also called fully justified. See also alignment styles.Return to Glossary home