Other mobile content identifiers The "/wap" identifier, which is used primarily by "legacy" sites from the initial WAP era earlier this decade, represents 22 percent of all mobile-friendly Internet addresses.
What does CI stand for?
CI stands for Content Identifier
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
See other definitions of CI
We have 83 other meanings of CI in our Acronym Attic
- Consistency Index
- Constitutional Instrument (Ghana)
- Construction Inspector
- Constructive Interference (physics)
- Consular Invoice
- Consumer Influence
- Consumers International (UK)
- Consumers' International
- Containment Integrity
- Containment Isolation
Samples in periodicals archive:
Cards produced under the program will include an Earthworks([R]) Recyclable Content Identifier as an indication of program participation.
Cards produced under the program will include an Earthworks Recyclable Content Identifier as an indication of program participation.
Published by the DWA, the white paper outlines how content owners can embed digital watermarks as content identifiers and digital media serial numbers into entertainment content to communicate the identity of copyrighted works.
Additionally, ASC handles the mapping of complex Web requests and responses to content identifiers in its assembly engine and the response logic to serve requested data without impacting the origin server.
Some of the digital watermarking methods and techniques covered by the new patents issued this year include: -- Digital watermarking of a driver license or other photo ID; -- The ability to digitally watermark a printed office document so that a paper version can be shown to a webcam to open an electronic version of the file for editing; -- Equipping an image capture device, such as a scanner or camera, with the ability to apply an image-adapted watermark to scans and photos; -- Using content identifiers within audio or other media objects as a means of connecting from a listening device to related information.