Posts Tagged: browser

Home » browser

HTTP headers :: Origin

The Origin HTTP Header is a response HTTP header that indicates the security contexts that initiates an HTTP request without indicating the path information. The Origin header is added by the browser and can not be controlled by the user. Syntax: Origin: <scheme> "://" <hostname> ":" <port> Directives: <scheme>:<hostname>:<port>: Examples: Origin: null This means that there is no origin for the service requested. Origin: https://www.nettoolkit.net This means that the origin if the service requested exists and has https as the scheme and www.geeksforgeeks.org as the hostname. Supported Browsers The following browsers are compatible ... Read more

HTTP headers :: Set-Cookie

The HTTP header Set-Cookie is a response header and used to send cookies from the server to the user agent. So the user agent can send them back to the server later so the server can detect the user. Syntax: Set-Cookie: <cookie-name>=<cookie-value> | Expires=<date> | Max-Age=<non-zero-digit> | Domain=<domain-value> | Path=<path-value> | SameSite=Strict|Lax|none Note: Using multiple directives are also ... Read more

What Is a Browser Cache?

So you've just finished redesigning your website. You're excited, it looks great, and you're patting yourself on the back. Before you start parading around this new great design like a kid showing off their new toy, you want to give it a whirl and see how it all looks from a visitor’s perspective. And there lies your first problem: For some reason you can’t comprehend, your web browser is still showing the previous version of your site. What the heck's going on here? This ... Read more

Technical SEO Audit – What You Need to Know

All of those SEO practices that Google has put out have the ultimate goal to give your customers a better user experience on your website. So you have done your content right, you have chosen the right keywords and you have optimized all of the images on your website. How about the technical aspect. Technical SEO refers to the steps you need to take to optimize your website for the crawling bots that go to your website. If you haven’t done it yet, ... Read more

What is jQuery?

jQuery is a JavaScript library that allows web developers to add extra functionality to their websites. It is open source and provided for free under the MIT license. In recent years, jQuery has become the most popular JavaScript library used in web development. To implement jQuery, a web developer simply needs to reference the jQuery JavaScript file within the HTML of a webpage. Some websites host their own local copy of jQuery, while others simply reference the library hosted by Google or the jQuery server. For example, a webpage may load the ... Read more

What is W3C?

Stands for "World Wide Web Consortium." The W3C is an international community that includes a full-time staff, industry experts, and several member organizations. These groups work together to develop standards for the World Wide Web. The mission of the W3C is to lead the Web to its full potential by developing relevant protocols and guidelines. This is achieved primarily by creating and publishing Web standards. By adopting the Web standards created by the W3C, hardware manufacturers and software developers can ensure their equipment and programs work with the latest ... Read more

What is HTML5?

HTML5 is the fifth major standard of HTML. Development of the standard began in 2007 and HTML5 websites started becoming mainstream in 2010. The final HTML5 standard was officially standardized by W3C on October 28, 2014. The previous HTML standard, HTML 4.01, was standardized in 1999 – fifteen years before the HTML5 standard was published. However, in the decade preceding HTML5, most websites were written in XHTML, a more strict version of HTML published in 2000. HTML5 was designed to supersede both HTML 4 and XHTML by providing web ... Read more

What is a Tag?

On clothes, tags usually indicate the brand, size of the garment, fabrics used, and the washing instructions. In Web pages, tags indicate what should be displayed on the screen when the page loads. Tags are the basic formatting tool used in HTML (hypertext markup language) and other markup languages, such as XML. For example, to create a table on a Web page, the <table> tag is used. The data that should be inside the table follows the <table> tag, and the ... Read more

What is a Cookie?

A cookie is a small amount of data generated by a website and saved by your web browser. Its purpose is to remember information about you, similar to a preference file created by a software application. While cookies serve many functions, their most common purpose is to store login information for a specific site. Some sites will save both your username and password in a cookie, while others will only save your username. Whenever you check a box that says, "Remember me on this computer," the website will generate a login cookie ... Read more
Free Thumbnails by PagePeeker