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 letter H
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A process that will reproduce a continous tone image on a press by splitting up the image into a pattern of dots. The dots vary in size, determining tones or shades.   

 hairline rule
Generally the thinnest line likely to print. This is usually .25 of a point.   
The abbreviation for Hypertext Markup Language. A cross-platform text-formatting system for creating web pages, including copy, images, sounds, frames, animation and more.   
A color model that characterizes colors by hue, lightness and saturation.   
A color model that characterizes colors by hue, saturation and brightness.   
A color model that characterizes colors by hue, saturation and value.   
Hue is the actual color of an object. Hue is pure spectral color that distinguishes one color from another.   
 Hosting / Web Hosting
Hosting / Web Hosting Your website consists of a number of files which must be stored on a computer (file server) connected to the Internet. Hosting is a service whereby you "rent" space on a file server owned by a hosting company. It is their responsibility to ensure your website is accessible world-wide, 24 hours a day. Fees are usually paid monthly or yearly, and vary depending on the size of your website and how it is built. Your hosting company should not be chosen on price alone. Future hosting requirements, support provided, and provision of useful web statistics should also be considered.   
 Hyperlinks / Links
Website links which, when clicked, take you to another area of the same website or to another website entirely. Hyperlinks can be applied to text, images or buttons. Hyperlinked text is usually underlined or highlighted in some way. All hyperlinks show as a hand when you position the mouse over them. An example is the Top button below, which takes you back to the top of this page.   
Any computer on a network that is a repository for services available to other computers on the network. It is quite common to have one host machine provide several services, such as WWW and USENET.   
(HyperText Transport Protocol) -- The protocol for moving hypertext files across the Internet. Requires a HTTP client program on one end, and an HTTP server program on the other end. HTTP is the most important protocol used in the World Wide Web (WWW) .   
Generally, any text that contains links to other documents - words or phrases in the document that can be chosen by a reader and which cause another document to be retrieved and displayed.   
Server operation requires too many resources for most firms, who rely instead on "hosting service providers". Host providers operate servers that keep websites available 24-7. Each month, HostIndex ranks the top 25 host providers.   
(or "link") an area on a web page that will, at the click of a mouse, lead to another web page. Textual links are normally underlined.   
A “HIT” is when someone looks at your WEB PAGE. If you are getting HITS, your page is being looked at many times. You can get many HITS from the same person, or from many different people.   
The first WEB PAGE that a viewer sees when looking at a WWW site.   

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