A feature of FrontPage 2003 and some other programs that enables you to reverse an action you performed if you change your mind.
The act of copying information to a server computer from your computer.
See also [download]
Short for uniform (or universal ) resource locator . A method of standardizing the addresses of different types of Internet resources so that they can all be accessed easily from within a Web browser; for example, the address http://quepublishing.com is a URL.
A particular set of information displayed in a certain way by FrontPage 2003 that varies based on what you are doing. In Design view, you edit your page; in Preview view, you test it.
A casual way a Web author may refer to the people who will access his or her creations through the Internet or an intranet .
A multipurpose programming language from Microsoft, often used for Web page scripts and for automating tasks in Office 2003 programs.