A vehicle that combines a conventional internal combustion gasoline engine with a rechargeable electric energy storage system to achieve better fuel economy.
A “tag” language in which web pages are formatted and web information is distributed.
The method by which documents are transferred from the host computer or server to browsers and individual users.
Connections between one piece of information and another.
A method of presenting information in discrete units, or nodes, that are connected by links. The information may be presented using a variety of media such as text, graphics, audio, video, animation, image, or executable documentation.
Describes a type of interactive online navigation functionality. Links Uniform Resource Locators (URLs) embedded in words or phrases and allows the user to select (e.g., mouse click) text and immediately display related information and multimedia material.