<I> - <I> tag is specifying <i>italic text</i>.
<Iframe> - iframe tag creates an inline frame that contains another web page in it.
<Img> - IMG tag attributes an image.
<img src="http://www.fillster.com/images/tutorial.gif" width="60" height="62" alt="Here write a name for your image" />
<Input> - INPUT tags define input fields, check boxes, radio buttons.
<form action="contact.html" method="post">
<input type="text" name="visitor-email" maxlength="80" value="" /><br />
<input type="text" name="visitor-name" maxlength="80" value="" /><br />
<input type="radio" name="Level" value="Web Designer" />Web Designer<br />
<input type="radio" name="Level" value="Web Developer" checked="checked" />Web Developer<br />
<input type="checkbox" name="Computer" value="Windows" />Windows<br />
<input type="checkbox" name="Computer" value="Mac" />Mac<br />
<input type="submit" value="Send" />
<Ins> - INS tag defines an <ins>inserted text</ins>.
<Isindex> - ISINDEX tag defines a single-line input field.
<isindex prompt="Example: ">
IAB (Interactive Advertising Bureau) - IAB is a non-profit trade association devoted exclusively to maximizing the use and effectiveness of interactive advertising and marketing. See iab.net for more information.
ICE (In Case of Emergency) - Keys located on some devices that are programmed to dial emergency services, like the police and fire departments. It is also common for people to add the acryonym "ICE" to the beginning of a contact's name in their contact list to identify that person as someone to call in case of an emergency.
Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) - The 4.0 version of the Android™ operating system.
iCloud - A cloud service provided by Apple® that you can use to store photos, music, calendar events, contacts, documents and more. You can access your iCloud content from any iOS 5 and 6 device, Mac® computer or Windows® computer.
Image Ads – Formatted for the Google Display Network, these are ads that include graphics to help promote your business. Ads of this type support a variety of sizes and formats, such as static, animated or flash.
Image map - a GIF or JPEG image with more than one linking hyperlink. Each hyperlink or hot spot can lead to a different destination page.
Image Sensor - Image Sensor is what your digital camera uses to convert an optical image into an electric signal that your camera interprets to produce the image you see. Common types of sensors are APS-C, micro four thirds, and full-frame.
IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) - IMAP is gradually replacing POP as the main protocol used by email clients in communicating with email servers.
Using IMAP an email client program can not only retrieve email but can also manipulate message stored on the server, without having to actually retrieve the messages. So messages can be deleted, have their status changed, multiple mail boxes can be managed, etc.
IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) - The hardware ID of a GSM / LTE supported device.
Importing - Importing refers to the process of transferring videos from your camera onto your computer or into a piece of editing software.
Impression - A single display of an ad on a web page, mobile app, or other delivery medium. See also billable impression, forecasted impressions.
Impression cap - An integer that represents the maximum number of impressions for a line item within its flight dates.
Impression goal - The maximum number of impressions to deliver for a line item in a single day (per day) or over the duration of the line item’s flight (total). When a line item reaches a daily impression goal, it is temporarily ineligible for ad selection. For example, if you set the daily impression goal to 5 and the line item reaches 5 impressions in a single day (e.g., on day 5 of a 20 day flight), then the line item is not available for ad serving for the rest of the day. However, the line item becomes eligible again for ad serving on day 6. When a line item reaches its total impression goal, no matter which day of the flight, it is no longer available for ad serving.
Impression Share – Impression share (IS) is the number of impressions you’ve received divided by the estimated number of impressions you were eligible to receive. Eligibility is based on your current ads’ targeting settings, approval statuses, bids, and Quality Scores. Data is available at the campaign and ad group levels.
Imprint - An imprint of a customer's credit card can be electronic, swiping the card through a credit card terminal, or manual, taking a physical impression of the credit card. Either of these two methods is required to prove the customer's credit card was present.
IMU (Interactive Marketing Unit) - the standard ad unit sizes endorsed by IAB. See iab.net for more information.
In-App Billing - Billing for content or services purchased from within a native mobile application.
Inbox – Inbox is just like E-mail Inbox. An email box (also email mailbox, e-mailbox) is the destination to which electronic mail messages are delivered. It is the equivalent of a letter box in the postal system.
Incentive - a reduction in price given to customers after a purchase has been made.
Include - A type of filter that matches a text string or regular expression against incoming data, and keeps only those hits that match.
Included Minutes - Minutes that your plan’s monthly allowance covers.
Individual Plans - Plan options for a single wireless line.
Inductive Charging - Inductive charging (also known as wirelesscharging) uses an electromagnetic field to transfer energy between two objects. This is usually done with a charging station. Energy is sent through aninductive coupling to an electrical device, which can then use that energy to charge batteries or run the device.Information Superhighway - A global high-speed network of computers that serves thousands of users simultaneously, transmitting e-mail, multimedia files, voice, and video. The system links homes, offices, schools, libraries, and medical centers, so that textual and audiovisual information can be instantly accessed and transmitted from one computer screen to another. Only government types seem to refer to the Internet as the Information Superhighway.
Insertion - actual placement of an ad in a document, as recorded by the ad server.
Insertion order - purchase order between a seller of interactive advertising and a buyer (usually an advertiser or its agency).
Instant messaging (IM) – a method of communicating in real-time, one-to-one or in groups over the internet. Users assemble ―buddy lists‖ which reflect the availability (or ―presence‖) of people with whom they communicate.
In-Store Pick Up - A service that lets you order equipment online at VerizonWireless.com and pick it up in a participating Verizon Wireless store.
Integration - The act of combining or coordinating several parts or elements into an entire whole. For example, the Cardservie International payment-processing engine is integrated with the ecBuilder Web site creation software.
Intelligent agents - software tools which help the user find information of specific interest to him/her. The user‘s profile is continually refined and improved based on the user's acceptance or rejection of recommendations over time.
Interactive advertising - all forms of online, wireless and interactive television advertising, including banners, sponsorships, e-mail, keyword searches, referrals, slotting fees, classified ads and interactive television commercials.
Interchange - The exchange of information, transaction data and money among banks. Interchange systems are managed by associations like Visa and MasterCard, and are very standardized so banks and merchants worldwide can use them.
Interchange Fee - A fee paid by the acquiring bank/merchant bank to the issuing bank. The fee is meant to compensates the issuer for the time after settlement with the acquiring bank/merchant bank and before it recoups the settlement value from the cardholder.
Interest Categories – Allows you to reach people based on their interests as they browse pages across the Google Display Network. You can select from a wide-ranging list of these categories — from auto and sports to travel and fashion — and Google will show ads to people who we think are interested in those categories.
Internal Memory - The capacity available for storing photos, messages, music, apps and other media on a device.
Internal page impressions - Web site activity that is generated by individuals with IP addresses known to be affiliated with the Web site owner. Internal activity that is associated with administration and maintenance of the site should be excluded from the traffic or measurement report.
International Data Roaming - Data usage you incur when outside of the Verizon Wireless network while you’re traveling internationally.
International Long Distance - A feature allowing you to make calls from the US to many other countries using your mobile phone. If you only call from the US to other countries occasionally, you can pay per minute. International Long Distance services are only for making calls to another country while in the US.
International Messaging - A feature allowing you to send text and multimedia messages to select international locations from your mobile device while you're in the US and in the Verizon Wireless coverage area. If you have The MORE Everything Plan, unlimited International Messaging is included.
International Travel Program - A program that provides wireless service with a basic phone, smartphone or USB modem when you're traveling for 21 days or less to an international destination where CDMA coverage isn't available or GSM coverage is better / more available. You don't have to pay a rental fee or security deposit to use the International Travel Program device.
Internet - The Internet is the world's largest computer network; it is essentially a network of networks. Any device attached to the Internet can communicate with any other device on the network. Some uses of the Internet include sending and receiving email, browsing web sites, and increasingly, the buying and selling of goods and services.
Internet Explorer - A web browser created by Microsoft that lets you browse the web on a PC and on some Windows® Phones.
Internet merchant - A business owner who sells products or services over the Internet.
Internet Spam Blocking - A feature of the Verizon Family Safeguards & Controls service that lets you block up to 15 email addresses (email@example.com), domains (www.domain.com), and/or text names (firstname.lastname@example.org) from messaging one or multiple mobile numbers on your account. You may also choose to block all text messages sent to you from the web and/or email.
Interstitial - Ads that load between web pages without being activated by a request.
Interstitial ads - ads that appear between two content pages. Also known as transition ads, intermercial ads and splash pages.
Intranet - a network based on TCP/IP protocols that belongs to an organization, usually a corporation, and is accessible only by the organization‘s members, employees or others with authorization.
In-unit click - a measurement of a user-initiated action of responding to an ad element which generally causes an intra-site redirect or content change. In-unit clicks are usually tracked via a 302 redirect. Also known as click-downs, click-ups and click-withins. See ad click; 302 redirect.
Invalid Clicks – Also known as Click Fraud, these are clicks on ads that Google considers to be illegitimate, such as unintentional clicks or clicks resulting from malicious software.
Inventory - the number of ads available for sale on a Web site.
IOS - iOS is Apple’s operating system native to all of Apple’s mobile devices (iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch).
IP (Internet Protocol) - a protocol telling the network how packets are addressed and routed.
IP Address - A unique number that is assigned to any device connected to the Internet.
Ip number - IP number also known as IP address (Internet Protocol Number): Sometimes called a dotted quad. A unique number consisting of 4 parts separated by dots, (e.g. 184.108.40.206).Every machine that is on the Internet has a unique IP number – if a machine does not have an IP number, it is not really on the Internet. Many machines (especially servers) also have one or more Domain Names that are easier for people to remember.
iPFaces - iPFaces is a mobile application framework for creating native, form-oriented network applications for mobile devices. iPFaces is a product of Edhouse company. Currently, there is support for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Android,BlackBerry and phones equipped with Java ME (mobile Java).
iPhone SE - The iPhone SE is the latest release in Apple's line of immensely popular iPhone mobile smartphones. Apple's iPhone SE offers almost all of the features of Apple's iPhone 6s, but in a smaller 4-inch display form factor nearly identical to that of the iPhone 5s. The iPhone SE was announced on March 21st, 2016, with pre-orders starting two days later on March 24th and official availability starting March 31st. Apple also announced that it would be discontinuing the 4.7-inch iPhone 5s following the debut of the iPhone SE.
IPSec ESP - A type of network security used to ensure a safe connection and to protect your data. IPsec ESP VPN ports are used by the Verizon Wireless Network Extender to make its connection to the Internet.
IRC (Internet Relay Chat) - a facility that allows people to chat in real time. The chats, or forums, are typed remarks, and they can be either public or private; 2) a protocol that allows users to converse with others in real time. IRC is structured as a network of servers, each of which accepts connections from client programs.
ISA (Industry Standard Architecture) - The bus architecture used in the IBM PC/XT and PC/AT. The AT version of the bus is called the AT bus and became a de facto industry standard. Starting in the early 90s, ISA began to be replaced by the PCI local bus architecture. Most computers made today include both an AT bus for slower devices and a PCI bus for devices that need better bus performance.
ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) - Basically a way to move more data over existing regular phone lines. ISDN can provide speeds of roughly 128,000 bits-per-second over regular phone lines. In practice, most people will be limited to 56,000 or 64,000 bits-per-second.
ISM Band - The Industrial, Scientific, and Medical frequency bands are unlicensed bands used by a variety of devices for wireless connectivity. In the 2.4 GHz ISM band, 802.11b and g network devices, Bluetooth devices, NFC devices, baby monitors, and microwave ovens all compete for bandwidth.
ISO (Independent Sales Organization) - An organization that performs merchant solicitation, sales or service on behalf of financial institutions and/or processors.
ISP (Internet Service Provider) - A company that provides access to the Internet for individuals or business (e.g., Verizon FiOS).
Issuer - The bank that extends credit to customers through bankcard accounts. The bank issues the credit card and receives the cardholder's payment at the end of the billing period. Also called the issuing bank or the cardholder bank.
Issuing - The act of providing a bank card to a cardholder and authorizing them to use it to make financial transactions
ITI (Information Technology Industry Council) - represents the leading U.S. providers of information technology products and services. It advocates growing the economy through innovation and supports free-market policies. See itic.org for more information.
iTunes - The Apple® app for organizing and playing digital music, videos, games, TV shows, audiobooks and more. Songs available through the iTunes Store are in the AAC file format.
ITV (Interactive Television) - any technology that allows for two-way communication between the audience and the television service provider (such as the broadcaster, cable operator, set-top box manufacturer).
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