In Web site development with ASP.NET, the Master Page can contain a ContentPlaceHolder control that is used to define a region of the Master Page rendering that can be substituted with content from a page associated to the Master Page.
- Content Page
In Web site development with ASP.NET, the Content Page is a page that is associated to a Master Page. A Content Page will contain only markup and controls inside Content controls and it cannot have any top-level content of its own. Any Content Page can use controls that specifically override content placeholder sections in the […]
- Content Vectoring Protocol
First developed by Check Point Software in 1996 as a protocol specification for integration with anti-virus servers. Check Point first utilized its Content Vectoring Protocol (CVP) in its FireWall-1 Version 3.0 and then developed CVP into an API specification. The CVP API defines an asynchronous interface to server applications that perform file content validation. An […]
- Control key
A key on PC keyboards labeled Ctrl. You use the Control key in the same way that you use the Shift key — keeping it pressed down while pressing another character. The result is a control key combination , which can have different meanings depending on which program is running. On Macintoshes, the Control key […]
- Control key combination
A command issued by pressing a keyboard character in conjunction with the Control key. Manuals usually represent control key commands with the prefix CTRL- or CNTL-. For example, CTRL-N means the Control key and N pressed at the same time. Sometimes a control character is represented by a caret (for example, ^N is the same […]
An Internet telephone (VoIP) tool built into Netscape Navigator 3.0. Like NetMeeting, which is included with Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, CoolTalk supports audio conferencing, a whiteboard, and a chat tool.