Graphic-web-print designing glossary/dictionary of terms
These terms are commonly used in the graphic design
and website design world.
Watermark An impression incorporated in the paper making
process showing the name of the paper and/or the company logo.
Web Site A web site is a collection of electronic pages
generally formatted in HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) that can
contain text, graphic images, and multimedia effects such as sound
files, video and/or animation files, and other programming elements
Widow This is a single word or line of text that is
left on the top of a page or column that was continued from a previous
page or column. This is a no no in page layout.
WWW or W3: World Wide Web The World Wide Web is sometimes considered the
graphical interface for the Internet, which is the network itself.
Sometimes the web sites and their pages are called the World Wide
Web. Often the two terms WWW and Internet are used interchangeably.
WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get) This is a term
used for applications that show how a graphic/layout will look while
you are editing it.