A graphic image which acts as an advertisement to entice
site visitors to 'click through' to obtain further information.
Bandwidth is the amount of data that can be carried per
second by your internet connection. Usually measured in
kilobytes per second (kbps). This is normally referred
to as Narrowband (56kbps) or Boradband (512kbps).
The smallest unit of information a computer can process
- essentially a one or a zero. A kilobit (kb, kbit) is
one thousand bits and a megabit (Mb, Mbit) is one million
Web browsers allow you to bookmark or save addresses from
your favourite web sites so you do not have to keep typing
the URL's into the address field. Bookmarks or favourites
can be accessed from the browser menu and most browsers
allow them to be stored in folders.
A group of eight bits. The basic unit in which data is
stored, retrieved or communicated. A kilobyte (kB, kbyte)
is one thousand bytes and a megabyte (MB, Mbyte) is one
The allowance on a printed piece (usually either a graphic
or colour area) beyond the trimmed and finished size,
to ensure a clean cut off (usually 3mm)
Almost all digital music services offer you the chance
to burn tracks, which means you can make a permanant copy,
usually onto CD, with which you can do as you please.
Many digicams offer a burst mode, which means you can
take several images in rapid succession, just like you
get with a motor wide on a traditional film camera. The
amount of images that can be captured is limited by the
camera's image capture and processing system, as well
as the size of the internal memory buffer. You'll typically
get around three frames per second from a standard digital
camera on burst mode.