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    I) Name the different Web markup languages and explain the differences among them.

    II) Name five basic functionalities a Web server should provide.

    III) What are some of the policies that e-commerce businesses must develop before launching a site, and explain why must they be developed?

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    I) Name the different Web markup languages and explain the differences among them.

    Standardized Generalized Markup Language: This is really a language that defines all the others. It's primary purpose is to identify different elements in any webpage. In general, it is the deep structure of the web, telling the computer what to show, what to link to, and how it should get done (Hockey, 1996). It is very formal.

    Extensible ML: permits more customizing. It is more specific than the SGML, in that it is about the specific structure of documents. It deals with different applications that might run on a specific page and how they are to function. It creates identities for different virtual objects, stores data and transfers information from one computer to the next (Flynn, 2010).

    Hypertext: structure and layout of pages. More specifically, it is about linking one page to another (Keep, 2000).

    Extensible HTML: rules about tags and attributes. When designing a webpage, the Extensible language is what we use to set different things off from each other: bolding, colors, applications. This is the standardized coding system for this (Singh, 2013).

    Mathematical Language: This is just the coding structure for equations and other mathematical entities. It allows web developers to use things like superscript, symbols and signs not ...

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    The Solution identifies the six basic web markup languages, the five functionalities of a web server, and standard e-commerce policies to be implemented before launching a site.