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  2. HTML form - Wikipedia

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    Using JavaScript on the Document Object Model (DOM) leads to the method of Dynamic HTML that allows dynamic creation and modification of a web page within the browser. While client-side languages used in conjunction with forms are limited, they often can serve to do pre- validation of the form data and/or to prepare the form data to send to a ...

  3. JSON Web Signature - Wikipedia

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    JWS is a way to ensure integrity of information in a highly serializable, machine-readable format. That means that it is information, along with proof that the information hasn't changed since being signed. It can be used for sending information from one web site to another, and is especially aimed at communications on the web.

  4. XML Signature - Wikipedia

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    XML Signature (also called XMLDSig, XML-DSig, XML-Sig) defines an XML syntax for digital signatures and is defined in the W3C recommendation XML Signature Syntax and Processing. Functionally, it has much in common with PKCS #7 but is more extensible and geared towards signing XML documents. It is used by various Web technologies such as SOAP ...

  5. List of HTML editors - Wikipedia

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    WYSIWYM (what you see is what you mean) is an alternative paradigm to WYSIWYG, in which the focus is on the semantic structure of the document rather than on the presentation. These editors produce more logically structured markup than is typical of WYSIWYG editors, while retaining the advantage in ease of use over hand-coding using a text editor.

  6. Section sign - Wikipedia

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    The section sign ( ยง) is a typographical character for referencing individually numbered sections of a document; it is frequently used when citing sections of a legal code. [1] It is also known as the section symbol, section mark, double-s, or silcrow. [2] [3] In other languages it may be called the "paragraph symbol" (for example, German ...

  7. HTML - Wikipedia

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    HTML documents imply a structure of nested HTML elements. These are indicated in the document by HTML tags, enclosed in angle brackets thus: < p >. [better source needed] In the simple, general case, the extent of an element is indicated by a pair of tags: a "start tag" < p > and "end tag" </ p >. The text content of the element, if any, is ...

  8. List of file signatures - Wikipedia

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    List of file signatures. This is a list of file signatures, data used to identify or verify the content of a file. Such signatures are also known as magic numbers or Magic Bytes. Many file formats are not intended to be read as text. If such a file is accidentally viewed as a text file, its contents will be unintelligible.

  9. Digital signature - Wikipedia

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    A digital signature is an authentication mechanism that enables the creator of the message to attach a code that acts as a signature. The Digital Signature Algorithm (DSA), developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, is one of many examples of a signing algorithm.