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Web code

The languages used to code Web pages and Web-based applications. See HTML5, JavaScript, Perl, Python, PHP and ASP.
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Unfortunately, the promiscuity of browsers when it comes to fetching dynamic content has made it easy for hackers to distribute exploits within Web code.
For example, Google's own GWT allows one to develop web code using Java, which is then compiled to JavaScript to be run in a browser.
I am juggling competing deadlines for this article and writing Web code for a project running on a cloud infrastructure I will never see.
lt;p>In response to the attacks, state-sponsored Iranian News site Fars News added a small piece of Web code that redirected the attack to pro-opposition Web sites, Danchev said via instant message.
The bureau recently upgraded its use of widgets - mini-applications that can be added to a Web page or a PC's desktop and updated remotely by simply copying and pasting Web code.
The book - brought out after a series of children met predators on the internet - breaks down the web code which has evolved from using relatively simple abbreviations and acronyms.
These DIY kits contain all the graphics, web code and text required to construct bogus websites designed to have the same look-and-feel as legitimate online banking sites.
In Australia, a blind person was unable to access the Olympics Web site (hosted in Sydney in 1999) using screen reader technology because the site lacked ALT tags' Web code needed by the readers.
These systems manage Web code as well as information bites that are viewed by Web users.