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Wiki (pronounced "weekee" or "wikee"),
originally WikiWiki, ...
A Bloki (wikiblog, or bliki, for those
favouring wikis), is combination of the two
basic approaches of Blogging and Wikiing. ...
A browser "feed" icon, used in
Firefox, for example, and
the Atom website icon, used with
The name Atom applies to a pair
of related standards. ...
Web syndication is a form of syndication in which
a section of a website is made available
for other sites to use. This could be simply
by licensing the content so
that other people can use it; however, in
general, web syndication refers to making Web feeds available from a site in
order to provide... ...
Internet Relay Chat (IRC) is a form of
real-time InternetInternet or synchronous
conferencing. It is mainly designed for group
(many-to-many) communication in
discussion forums called channels, but also
allows one-to-one communication and data
transfers via IM (private message).
created by Jarkko Oikarinen in late
August 1988 to replace a program called
Extensible Hypertext Markup
Language (XHTML), or simply XTML, is an SGML markup language that has the
same expressive possibilites as HTML, but conforms to the XML standard which is more
strict. XHTML has been... ...
Metadata (: meta-+ : data
"information"), literally "data about data", ...
Language (HTML) is a markup language designed for
creating web pages, that is,
information presented on the World Wide Web. ...
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a language that is used to
describe the stylistic presentation of a structured
document written in HTML or XML. The CSS specification is
maintained by the World Wide
Web Consortium (W3C).
is predominantly used by web
page authors to define colors, fonts, layout, and
other document characteristics. It is... ...
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