Domain Name -- A primary URL used to specify the address of a network on the World Wide Web.
Email Link -- A hyperlink to electronic mail; email is one type of Internet information tool.
Home Page -- The base Web document or point of entry for information about the products and services a business provides. Home pages can be linked to other documents providing related information by means of hyperlinks.p> Hyperlink -- A word, phrase, picture, or multimedia icon that can be "clicked" on to quot;jump" you to related information in other documents on the same computer or on other computer systems throughout the network.
Internet -- The global, decentralized computer system that provides free information to remote computer locations linked by phone lines; the Internet provides unlimited access to email, files, databases, and computers throughout the world.
Multimedia Effect -- Textual, graphical, audio, video, or other means of transmitting information on the Internet.
Online -- Refers to a computer system remaining up and running with no interruption of service or "downtime"; online may also refer to maintaining access to the World Wide Web through phone line connections.
Search Engine -- An information service (such as Yahoo) that distributes information on the World Wide Web.
Server -- A software program that runs on a networked computer that responds to requests for file information from programs running on other networked computers.
URL ((Uniform Resource Locator) -- An address to a specific site on the World Wide Web.
T1 Line -- A high capacity digital connection that can transmit data at speeds as high as 1.5 million bits per second; may be used for voice traffic as well as computer-to-computer data exchange.
Web Site -- A networked computer location on the Internet from which you can access the World Wide Web.
World Wide Web -- A global, interactive, cross-platform hypermedia information system that runs over the Internet; the newest of the Internet information tools, also referred to as the "Web."