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Web Browser Netiquette

We browse the internet for information. Most of the time we use a software program known as a browser that displays web pages.

There are other ways to use the internet. Software programs are the most conventional. They have their own culture. Web Browser Netiquette is the social code.

Browsers reads HTML tags and transmits the contents through a computer to us with audio, graphics, and texts. The common features of the software and conventions we follow make up the culture.

Some are better than others. Others are getting better. New programs are being developed. Below is a list of a few good browsers.

  • Chrome
  • Firefox
  • Internet Explorer
  • Edge
  • Opera

Audio Visual Video

Published on May 15, 2015 | 0:48 Seconds | Science and Technology

Netiquette happens. We do things in common to convey meaning to each other. The common things we do to communicate are the rules of netiquette.

There are common things we do to communicate effectively. Web browser rules take safety into consideration because hackers exploit holes in the programs to access data.

Spam, unwanted advertising messages, and functionality are fundamentals of these conventions. Pop up blockers and short cuts are conventional. We want the fastest most secure connection to content.

Guidelines

Published on April 11, 2013 | 1:39 Minutes | Science and Technology

Web Browser

A browser is a software program that renders html documents on a computer screen. They are used to navigate the internet. Information contained within html tags. Browsers display it.

They are designed to interpret html and perform functions based on JavaScript. CSS is a type of HTML used to format web pages. JavaScript is a separate programming language that add functionality to data.

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