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 letter C
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 camera ready
Artwork that is completed and ready for photographic/digital conversion to film/plates for commercial printing.   
 
 caption
A short explanation or description normally positoned below a photo or image.   
 
 case sensitive
Terminology used to indicate that inputing upper or lowercase characters into a field are significant.   
 
 center spread
The two facing pages appearing in the center of a publication.   
 
 cmyk

Represents the colors Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black. These are primary printing process colors. Black is shown by the letter K which stands for the key plate, a printing plate that helps position and register other colors.   

 
 color separation
A method of preparing color artwork for printing by separating it into individual colors using either process color separation or spot color separation.   
 
 continuous tone
Any image containing a virtually unlimited range of tones from the lightest to the darkest.   
 
 copywriting
Creating copy especially for advertising and promotion.   
 
 crop
Trimming an image to fit a given space. Also this technique is used to eliminate unwanted parts of an image.   
 
 crop marks
Marks at the corner of an image pointing out where to trim a printed page. Also called trim marks or corner marks.   
 
 Content Management
The process of updating the content (word and pictures) on a website. There are several options available for this, ranging from paying someone (either an hourly rate or set contract fee), through to doing it yourself using a fully-blown Content Management system. These systems can be expensive to implement, and most have limitations on what you can change. Changes to page layout or navigation still need to be done by a web designer. The right option for you will depend on what needs to change and how often. This should be decided near the beginning of the project, as it impacts how your site is designed and built.   
 
 CGI
(Common Gateway Interface) -- A set of rules that describe how a WebServer communicates with another piece of software on the same machine, and how the other piece of software (the "CGI program") talks to the web server. Any piece of software can be a CGI program if it handles input and output according to the CGI standard.Usually a CGI program is a small program that takes data from a web server and does something with it, like putting the content of a form into an e-mail message, or turning the data into a database query   
 
 Cookie
A Cookie is a mechanism by which server side operations (such as CGIscripts) can store and retrieve information on the client side of the connection. In practice, this means that information submitted by a web browser to a web server via a form or other interactive method can be stored on the browser machine and resubmitted when the web server URL is accessed at some point in the future. Examples would include login or registration information, online "shopping carts" or user surveys. Since cookies can store user information (on the user's own computer), they are used to personalize the WWW experience by recognizing and acknowledging the user when reentering a web site. Cookies are typically set to expire after a predetermined amount of time. Cookies *do not* read your hard drive and send your life story to the CIA.   
 
 Counters
A CGI script that visually shows the number of visits made (or hits) on a particular web page or site.   
 
 Cyberspace
Term originated by author William Gibson in his novel Neuromancer the word Cyberspace is currently used to describe the whole range of information resources available through computer networks.   
 
 crawler
(or "spider", "bot", "indexing") software used by search engines to locate web addresses on the Internet. Crawlers accomplish this by scrutinizing known web pages for hyperlinks to new web sites.   
 
 CSS
("Cascading Style Sheets") an HTML enhancement that makes it easier to control and deliver content appealing to spiders as well as surfers   
 
     
     
     
   

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