File Extensions

ASP:- Active Server Pages is a server-side script engine which utilizes ActiveX scripting for dynamic web pages. In other words it is a specification for a dynamically-generated web page, with an ASP extension, which utilizes ActiveX scripting.

ASPX:- ASPX is a file extension for an ASP.NET file.

CFM:- CFM is an acronym for Cold Fusion. Developed by Allaire Corporation of Cambridge, CFM is an application server and a software development toolset designed to integrate databases and web pages and for the development of dynamic websites and computer software. Cold Fusion hosting is supported by very few web hosting providers for the expensive denominations that it requires.

GIF: GIF stands for Graphic Interchange Format. It is an 8-bit-per-pixel bitmap file format which supports colour and various resolutions including data compression.

HTML: Hypertext Markup Language is a predominant authoring language used to create web pages. It describes the structure of a text-based Web document by the use of a variety of tags and attributes. HTML is scripted in the form of labels or tags and is fenced with angle brackets.

JPEG: Pronounced as JAY-peg, JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group which is a method of compressing photographic images. The compression technique is basically lossy compression as some visual qualities are lost in the process.

PDF: Portable Document Format is a file format devised by Abode Systems to represent two-dimensional documents in a display resolution-independent and device-independent fixed-layout document format. It captures the information of formatting from various desktop publishing applications, allowing sending formatted documents and making them appear on the recipientís monitor or printer as they want.

PHP: PHP is a recursive initialism for PHP : Hypertext Preprocessor. PHP is a reflective programming language or a general-purpose server-side scripting language used for web development, i.e. creating dynamic and interactive websites. It can be planted into HTML code. PHP is frequently used together with APACHE on various operating systems.

PNG: Pronounced as ping, PNG stands for Portable Network Graphics. It is a bit-mapped graphic format and employs lossless data compression, which is designed to improve or replace GIF format into an image-file format not requiring a patent license as GIF uses a patented data compression algorithm.

SGML: The Standard General Markup Language (SGML) is a system for tagging and organizing elements of a document. It specifies the rules of tagging elements and the tags can be construed to arrange elements in a different way.

XML: XML is Extensible Markup Language and as the extension suggests it is a markup language which is extensible as it permits users to define their own tags. It enables definition, validation, transmission and interpretation of structured data between organizations and between different information systems. XML is a simplified subset or a pared-down version of Standard General Markup language (SGML).

XHTML: Extensive Hypertext Markup Language is a hybrid markup language between HTML and XML with the depth of expression of HTML and also confirming to XML syntax. It is an XML application as it is written in XML which is a more restrictive version of SGML.

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