P - Definitions

  • P

    page

    On the World Wide Web, a page is a file notated with the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML).

  • paid inclusion

    Paid inclusion is a search engine marketing model in which Web site owners pay a search engine company to guarantee their sites will show up in search results.

  • palette

    Lynda Weinman's 216-color palette for Mac and Windows browsers For actual RGB values to specify, see our table containing the 216-Color Browser-Safe Palette.

  • parser

    In computer technology, a parser is a program, usually part of a compiler, that receives input in the form of sequential source program instructions, interactive online commands, markup tags, or some other defined interface and breaks them up into parts (for example, the nouns (objects), verbs (methods), and their attributes or options) that can then be managed by other programming (for example, other components in a compiler).

  • PatriotGrid

    PatriotGrid is a group of distributed computing projects whose goal is to identify new leads for vaccines or cures for agents known to be potential bioterrorism weapons.

  • PayPal

    PayPal is a Web-based application for the secure transfer of funds between member accounts.

  • Personal Home Page (PHP)

    In Web programming, Personal Home Page (PHP) is a script language and interpreter, similar to JavaScript and Microsoft's VBScript, that is freely available and used primarily on Linux Web servers.

  • Personal Web Server (PWS)

    PWS, an abbreviation for Personal Web Server, is Microsoft's version of a Web server program for individual PC users who want to share Web pages and other files from their hard drive.

  • phtml suffix (PHP)

    A PHTML (or it's sometimes called a PHP) page is a Web page that includes a script written in PHP, a language comparable to JavaScript or Microsoft's VBScript.

  • Platform for Privacy Preferences Project (P3P)

    Sponsored by the World Wide Web Consortium, P3P (Platform for Privacy Preferences Project) is a framework for products and practices that will let World Wide Web users control the amount of personal information they share with Web sites.

  • PNG (Portable Network Graphics)

    PNG (pronounced ping as in ping-pong; for Portable Network Graphics) is a file format for image compression that, in time, is expected to replace the Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) that is widely used on today's Internet.

  • Podcast: What is SOA?

    In this podcast you will learn what service-oriented architecture (SOA) is, how it relates to other programming approaches and what standards and tools you need to be aware of before implementing SOA. (Continued...)

  • polyfill

    A polyfill, also called a pollyfiller, is a small piece of JavaScript code that will mimic the API of a newer browser to provide functionality for an older browser. Such code may also be called a shim. In construction, a shim is a thin piece of wood or other material that can be used to fill a gap.

  • pop-under

    On the Web, a pop-under is a window that is created but temporarily "hidden" behind the window of a Web site that the user has chosen to visit.

  • pop-up blocker (pop-up killer)

    A pop-up blocker (sometimes called a pop-up killer) is a program that prevents pop-ups from displaying in a user's Web browser.

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