A designation of the location of a file including the root directory and the descending series of subdirectories leading to the end file. See also relative path.
A type of error caused by attempting to access a page or site that is not allowed.
An alternate name used for identification. Using a generic e-mail alias that automatically forwards received e-mail messages to one or more individuals ensures that messages are always received by the appropriate person.
Code in an HTML document that defines a bookmark or a link to a bookmark, Web page, Web site, or e-mail address.
Members of the general public who view a Web site.
A message posted to a Discussion Web site.