active content

active content

A Web page that provides interaction or dynamic changes and contains such "action items" as animated GIFs, Java, JavaScript, streaming audio and video or ActiveX controls.
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0 phr, these products have various percentage levels of active content usually in a PE carrier or compatible polymer blend.
There are now over 25 active content publishers supported.
March 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- With the release this week of Flash Cards: Basic Math for Kids and Flash Cards: Fractions, the latest active content titles for Kindle, kids can brush up on their math skills anytime and anywhere.
While browsing the web, you visit numerous websites that use Active Content to enhance your web experience and capabilities.
It supports Windows XP Pro and uses Active Content Compression (ACC), the company's patented compression algorithm optimized for video security applications.
The solution enables web tasks to be automated and content activities to be completed via FileNet P8's Active Content.
Webgate performs continuous inspection of web traffic between internal computers and the Internet to neutralize malicious URLs, active content, spyware, botnet Trojans, and viruses.
With a reach capacity of over 200 million users, LiveScreen(TM) Media- powered services have already proven the power of the idle-screen as the mobile marketing channel for active content discovery and promotion.
The tool protects against attacks on a site's active content, for example changing online prices then submitting an online purchase.
PRN currently has more than 100 active content partnerships with many top television networks and publishers, covering a wide range of programming content.
Companies, like CMWare, are finding that CAStor is an ideal way to solve their needs for active content serving while minimizing the costs and management issues of traditional storage systems," said Mark Goros, CEO of Caringo.
The interactive courses begin with instructional content that can include links to active content such as video presentations.

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