1. Enabler means it provides businesses with rich information from the Web. An example of a business activity that is enabled by the web is a companies website. The website is a key marketing tool for any company.
2. HTML is a markup language for presentation of Web pages. It determines the look and location of text, pictures, animations, and other elements on a Web page.
3. XML is a markup language for delivery of information about data communicated through Web pages. It is used to convey the meaning or content of the data.
4. Each Web page has its own URL, which contains the IP address or domain name of the site. Because the domain name must be unique, when an owner of a Web site ...view middle of the document...
10. A cookie is a small file that stores information about a Web site visitor, stored on the vistor’s computer. They provide convenience to online shoppers but they have the potential for intrusion into surfer privacy.
11. First party cookies are only installed to serve one party, which are the businesses with which the user interacts directly. Third party cookies serve organizations that collect information about the user whenever the user visits a site that subscribes to the service of these organizations. Consumers dislike third-party cookies most because they collect consumers browsing and shopping habits across many Web sites.
12. Intranet is a network used only by employees of an organization.
13. Extranet is a network shared by employees of different organizations, usually business partners.
14. In shared hosting, the client’s Web site is stored on the host’s same physical server along with the sites of other clients. In dedicated hosting, the host dedicates a server to the client, and the client can fully control the content on the server’s disks.
15. Co-location service is when the client owns the servers and manages their content, but the servers are co-located with the servers of other clients as well as those of the host’s in a secure site. Some advantages of co-location are: the client does not have to employ hardware and network specialists, spend...