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  2. Landing page - Wikipedia

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    Types. There are two types of landing pages: reference and transactional. References. A reference landing page presents information that is relevant to the visitor. These can display text, images, dynamic compilations of relevant links or other elements.

  3. Wikipedia:User access levels - Wikipedia

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    A user's access level depends on which rights (also called permissions, user groups, bits, or flags) are assigned to accounts. There are two types of access leveling: automatic, and requested. User access levels are determined by whether the Wikipedian is logged in, the account's age and edits, and what manually assigned rights the account has.

  4. Comparison of Java and C++ - Wikipedia

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    Design aims. The differences between the programming languages C++ and Java can be traced to their heritage, as they have different design goals.. C++ was designed for systems and applications programming (i.e. infrastructure programming), extending the procedural programming language C, which was designed for efficient execution.

  5. Image organizer - Wikipedia

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    User roles and permissions enable controlled access to certain images while preventing access to others. Adding tags (also known as keywords, categories, labels or flags). Tags can be stored externally, or in industry-standard IPTC or XMP headers inside each image file or in sidecar files. Share: Resizing, exporting, e-mailing and printing.

  6. Help:Special characters - Wikipedia

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    Note that Special:Export exports using UTF-8 even if the database is encoded in ISO 8859-1, at least that was the case for the English Wikipedia, already when it used version 1.4. To find out which character set applies in a project, use the browser's "View Source" feature and look for something like this:

  7. Drupal - Wikipedia

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    Drupal (/ ˈ d r uː p əl /) is a free and open-source web content management system (CMS) written in PHP and distributed under the GNU General Public License. Drupal provides a back-end framework for at least 13% of the top 10,000 websites worldwide – ranging from personal blogs to corporate, political, and government sites.

  8. Financial Information eXchange - Wikipedia

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    Aside from latency advantages, performance is more deterministic because SBE messages are constrained by templates and fixed-length data elements are preferred. Another consequence is that fields are generally at a fixed position so that message filters and routers do not need to crack an entire message to access key fields.

  9. XQuery - Wikipedia

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    XQuery (XML Query) is a query and functional programming language that queries and transforms collections of structured and unstructured data, usually in the form of XML, text and with vendor-specific extensions for other data formats (JSON, binary, etc.).