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DC 3 Terms Test 1

Test Thursday (9-03-15)

Accessibility Refers to the structuring of web content in such a way that it is easily accessible to all users, in particular user with disabilities. Not to be confused with usage.
b2b Business to business. A site is a b2b site when it focuses on selling to other businesses, not to end users. (A logo design business sells a service that helps other businesses)
b2c Business to customer. As opposed to a b2b business which sells to businesses, a business focuses on selling directly to the customer or end user. (
Bandwidth The frequencies that a network can use. The greater the bandwidth, the greater the amount of info that can travel on the network at the same time. Also used to measure how much time it takes for a web page to load.
Beta Test A phase in a software & web development. Usually comes after in-house testing & right before the launch. Lets users know that the site is not guaranteed to be 100% operational & it gives the developer an opportunity to gather error data & user feedback.
Blog Short for web log. Web page that functions almost like a diary with frequent updates. Often deals with specific topic & are often used as marketing or customer service tool alongside the main company website.
Broken Link Points to a page or resource that does not exist. Produces a "404" error (not found)
Content Refers to all the text, images, sound, etc. that makes up the website, but not the layout elements such as the background or navigationlinks
E-Commerce A collective name for commercial activity on the Internet. Websites that sell products or services online, requiring a payment gateway & a shopping cart.
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) List of questions that users often asks. The question is usually followed up by the answer or a link to the answer
Hit A request for a file on a web server
Home page Introductory page of a website typically serving as the table of contents
Host The company that provides the web server
Image map A single image on a web site where one or more area of the image has been turned into a link
Index Refers to the homepage of a website. Page served if no page is specified
Internal link A link from one page on a domain to another page on the same domain
IP Address Numerical, consisting of three blocks
Landing Page the page where a user enters a website in reality any page on a website is a potential landing page
Layout in web design the layout of a page refers to the way that the different elements on the page in arranged
Link a text, an image or an area on website that can be clicked to open a new page
Meta Tag HTML tag that contains metadata specific to the web page
Navigation Bar area of the site that contains the site menu
Optimize Action/process of improving its search engine ranking
Ranking Broad term that describes how well a site performs
Redirect A web page automatically sends users to another web page
Search engine optimization Act of creating or changing web pages so that their ranking in search engine results pages improve
Sitemap A page within a website that offers links to all the pages within that web site
Social Ads Small advertisements displayed on social media sites
Source Core HTML code, PHP code, JavaScript code, etch. that make the site work
Sysops (system operator) The name given to the person in charge of setting up, operating, or maintaining a computer network or a specific network resource
Tag The information between HTML tags in displayed on the web site
Thumbnail Small version of a larger image, usually linked
Traffic broad term that refers to the amount of activity &/or the number of users on a website
Usability How easily a website visitors can find what they are looking for or accomplish a task such as contacting the company
Zine Electronic magazine
Digital Media Using technology to convey information
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