- The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, which coordinates the assignment of Internet domain names, IP address numbers and protocol parameters and port numbers. ICANN also coordinates the stable operation of the Internet's root server system.
- Information Architecture
- Information Architecture - The study of the organisation and structure of effective web systems. In particular, the relationships between internal page elements, as well as the relationship between individual pages.
- Intellectual Property
- Intellectual Property, or IP, is the group of legal rights to things people create or invent. Intellectual property rights typically include patent, copyright, trademark and trade secret rights.
- Internet Explorer 6
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 debuted in the browser market back in 1999 and is still widely used despite it's poor standards support. Reluctance by a large segment of the IE6 market to upgrade to newer, more secure versions of the browser has created headaches for security experts, system admins and web developers alike.
- Internet Explorer 7
- Internet Explorer 7 was released my Microsoft as a public beta in August 2007. Although the browser still lacks support for some important CSS attributes and selectors (for instance, generated content and > selectors) the browser is a big improvement on it's predecessor, IE6.
- IP Address
- The unique numeric identifier of every computer connected to the Internet. Each IP address consists of a four number pattern separated by periods (XX.XX.XX.XX). Each number must be between 0 - 255. IP adresses work with DNS servers to direct and route requests through the Web. Although home users have IP addresses, the process is normally transparently handled by the ISP.