absolute path

Paths that contain a complete address that anyone could use to get to a Web page. (See also relative path.)


A subset of usability that refers to a Web site’s suitability for use by anyone, regardless of age or disability. (See also usability.)


The horizontal placement of a paragraph, specified by using the text-align attribute.


A marker within an HTML document, roughly analogous to a bookmark in a Microsoft Word document.


Text within a tag that contains information about how the tag should behave.


Artwork created by using text characters.

background image

An image that appears behind the text on a Web page. By default, the image is tiled to fill the page, and scrolls with the page.

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