A color or image that covers the entire area behind the text and pictures of a Web page.
An invisible marker in a Web page that provides a spot to which a link can point, so that a link can take a visitor straight to a specific spot within a page. Bookmarks are also known as targets or anchors in some Web authoring programs.
1) To wander around the World Wide Web portion of the Internet, viewing Web pages through a browser . Also known as surfing or cruising . 2) To preview in a browser a Web page you're editing in FrontPage 2003 .
A program, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator, that enables you to view Web pages.
A list of items in which each item is preceded by a marker, a "bullet," or some other symbol character.