- A command inserted into a document or file that specifies how a document or file should look when viewed. For example, HTML tags enable a user to format text using tags, <b>bold text</b> would make bold text.
- A tag is a short (almost always one word) description of an HTML object or link. These tags are then placed into tag clouds also known as a weighted lists that display the most popular tags and allows users to find information relating to a tag more easily. A great example of a site that takes full advantage of tags is
- A tag is memory that acts as
an index for L2 (Level 2) cache.
Also see: Cache,
Internet definitions, Keyword, Memory definitions, Meta tags, XML