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nostrilshumorousInternet and Web Development

Nov 18, 2013 (3 years and 11 months ago)

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By: Whitney
Raychelle

Kelly

A
monitor

or
display

(sometimes called a
visual
display unit
) is an electronic visual display for
computers
.

The monitor comprises the display device,
circuitry, and an enclosure. The display device in
modern monitors is typically a thin film transistor
liquid crystal display (TFT
-
LCD) thin panel, while
older monitors use a
cathodray

tube (CRT), typically
about as deep as the screen size.

A
motherboard

is the central printed circuit
board (PCB) in many modern computers

and
holds many of the crucial components of the
system, while providing connectors for other
peripherals. The motherboard is sometimes
alternatively known as the
main board
,
system board
, or, on Apple computers, the
logic board.
[1]
It is also sometimes casually
shortened to
mobo
.
[2]

The
central processing unit

(
CPU
) or the
processor

is the portion
of a computer system that carries out the instructions of a
computer program, and is the primary element carrying out the
computer's functions. It is the unit that reads and executes
program instructions. The data in the instruction tells the
processor what to do. The instructions are very basic things like
reading data from memory or sending data to the user display, but
they are processed so rapidly that we experience the results as
the smooth operation of a program. This term has been in use in
the computer industry at least since the early 1960s.
[1]

The form,
design and implementation of CPUs have changed dramatically
since the earliest examples, but their fundamental operation
remains much the same.

Web Content is the textual visual or
aural content that is encountered as
part of the user of the experience on
websites. It may include, among other
thing’s: images, sounds, videos and
animations.

Web content is dominated by the "page" concept. Having
its beginnings in an academic settings, and in a setting
dominated by type
-
written pages, the idea of the web was
to link directly from one academic paper to another
academic paper. This was a completely revolutionary
idea in the late 1980s and early 1990s when the best a
link could be made was to cite a reference in the midst of
a type written paper and name that reference either at
the bottom of the page or on the last page of the
academic paper.

Even though we may embed various protocols
within web pages, the "web page" composed of
"
html
" (or some variation) content is still the
dominant way whereby we share content. And
while there are many web pages with localized
proprietary structure (most usually, business
websites), many millions of websites abound that
are structured according to a common core idea.

While there are many millions of pages that are
predominantly composed of HTML, or some variation, in
general we view data,
applicatios
, E
-
Services, images
(graphics), audio and video files, personal web pages,
archived e
-
mail messages, and many more forms of file
and data systems as belonging to websites and web
pages.

While there are many hundreds of ways to deliver
information on a website, there is a common body of
knowledge of search engine optimization that needs to
be read as an advisory of ways that anything but text
should be delivered. Currently search engines are text
based and are one of the common ways people using a
browser locate sites of interest.


The phrase can be interpreted to mean that
-

without original and
desirable content, or consideration for the rights and commercial
interests of content creators
-

any media venture is likely to fail
through lack of appealing content, regardless of other design
factors.

Content can mean any creative work, such as text, graphics,
images or video.

"Content is King" is a current meme when organizing or building
a website
[
(although Andrew
Odlyzko

in "Content is Not King"
argues otherwise). Text content is particularly important for
search engine placement. Without original text content, most
search engines will be unable to match search terms to the content
of a site.
[4]


In reality, there are no steadfast rules for how you must
design a web site. However, there are Web Design
Principles to be followed that will make your web site
meet the needs of your viewers, easy to navigate and
increase the popularity of your site. If you do not follow
these guidelines, you will not be in the web design
business for long, because no one will ever hire you as a
web designer
.


Make sure you fill your page
horizontally before you fill it
vertically

This most often happens with text
against a poorly suited background,
see the example the web design
principles page.

Most simply forget to title
your page