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jaggies / jagged edges
  Jaggies is a nickname given to images that have jagged or pixelated edges where the edges should be smooth.
 


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JavaScript
  JavaScript is a client-side scripting language used to create dynamic behaviour in HTML documents. The primary use and benefit is that actions can be performed on the page without the need to reload the page.

All the major browsers support JavaScript, but the user usually has the option to turn JavaScript off. For this reason JavaScript should not be used for essential content on your web site - such as menu navigation.
 


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jerry-rig
  Describing the action of fixing something in an unconventional but creative way.
 


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JPG / JPEG
  JPG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) format is an image format that is commonly used in web site design. It's best for images that use gradients or that contain a large number of colors, such as photos.
 


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