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Speak Like a Geek Glossary 296 notwork A downed network. one-link wonder A web page that contains only a single useful link. page jack To steal a web page and submit it to search engines under a different address. Users who run a search and attempt to access the page are then routed to another site. page view An instance of a user viewing a web page. See Also hit. password trap A website that uses a legitimate-looking interface to fool users into providing their passwords. Perl A programming language used to create CGI scripts. See Also .pl. PHP A web page technology that enables web designers to place scripts inside a page, and those script get executed by the web server before the page is sent to the user. PHP is used primarily on Unix or Linux servers. See Also .php, Active Server Pages (ASP). pixel shim A small, transparent, image (usually one pixel wide and one pixel tall) that Web page designers use to achieve exact placement of text and images. plug-in