A feature supported by most modern Web browsers than enables the Web author to divide the browser display area into two or more sections (frames). The contents of each frame are taken from a different Web page. Frames provide great flexibility in designing Web pages, but many designers avoid them because they are supported unevenly by current browsers.
Frameserving is a process by which you directly transfer video data from one program on your computer to another, with no intermediate or temporary files created. The program that opens the source file and outputs the video data is called the frameserver. The program that receives the data could be any type of video application. […]
Short for favorite icon, a customized icon that is used by Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) versions 5.0 and later. When a user bookmarks a specific Web page, that Web page loads a customized icon into the user’s browser, typically a tiny version of a company or Web site’s logo. The favicon is displayed next to […]
Copyrighted software given away for free by the author. Although it is available for free, the author retains the copyright, which means that you cannot do anything with it that is not expressly allowed by the author. Usually, the author allows people to use the software, but not sell it.
- frequency cap
In Online Advertising it is the restriction on the amount of times a visitor is shown a particular advertisement when visiting a Web site. Cookies are used to track the number of times the particular ad has been shown to a visitor.
- friction feed
)A method of feeding paper through a printer. Friction-feed printers use plastic or rubber rollers to squeeze a sheet of paper and pull it through the printer. The other principal form of feeding paper into a dot-matrix or daisy-wheel printer is through a tractor feed, in which sprocketed wheels on either side of the printer […]