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Web Dictionary - Index

         
  Animation
Animated Gif
Ad Count
Ad Network
Advertiser
Affiliate Program
AJAX
Auto-Optimization
Auto-Responder
Back-End, Front-End
Badge
Bandwidth
Banner
Banner Exchange
Banner Exchange Network
Banner Rotation
Billboard Add
Blog, Web Log, Blogging
Branding Your Domain Names
Button
Campaign
Chatroom
Click Through, Clik Thru
Clicks-To-Sales Ratio
Client-Side
Color Balance
Column Ad
Commercial Scripts Producing
Content
Content Management System (CMS)
Conversion
Cookie
Cost-Per-Click-Through (CPC)
Cost-Per-Thousand Impressions (CPM)
Crawler/Robot/Spider
Creative
Cross-Browser Compatibility
CSS [Cascading Style Sheets]
Database
Design Ideas
Design Services
Directory
Directories And Website Statistics
Discussion Group
Disk Space
Dynamic HTML (dHTML)
Domain Name
Doorway Page
Drop-Down Menu
E-Commerce
E-mail accounts
E-Zine or Ezine
Exit Ad
Exposure
Fantastico
Fast Design Project Realization
Favicon.ico, Favorites Icon, Shortcut Icon
Filter
Flash
Flight
Flow Chart
Footer Navigation
Frame
Frames
Frequency Cap
Full Banner
FTP
GIF
Graphic Illustration
Hyphenated Names
Hosting
HTML
Image Map
Interstitial
Java Applet
JavaScript
JPEG (JPG)
Keywords
Layer
Link
List Text
Marketing Automation
Masthead
Meta Tag
Micro Button
Moderated Discussion List/Newsgroup
MP3
Multimedia
Multiple Domains
MySQL
Online
Online Marketing
Opt-In
Optimise/Optimize, Optimisation/Optimization
PageRank™ (PR)
Paid To Scripts
Payment Processing
PDF
PHP
Plug-In
Plural Name
PNG
Pop-Under Banner
Pop-Up Banner
Pop-Up, Pop-Under Windows
Positioning

PPI
Professional Design
Quick Time Video
Rating Services for Website's
Realtime Transport Protocol (RTP)
RealTime Streaming Protocol (RTSP)
Referrer
Rich Media
Robots
Rollover
Search Engine
Search Engine Marketing (SEM)
Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Server-Side
Server Type
Session, Session Tracking
Shape
Shockwave
Shopping Cart, Shopping Basket
Shorter Domain Name
Sitemap
Social Communities
Spider Robot
Stateless Interaction
Streaming
Submitting to Search Engines and Directories
Submission Forms
SVG
SWF
Texture
Thumbnail
Tile
TLD
Tracking
Trademarked Names
Trick Banner
Validation
Vector Graphic
Vertical Banner
Video
Video Clip
Viral Marketing
Visitors log, statistic
Web Application
Web Based E-mail
Web Page
Web Site
WYSIWYG
XHTML
XML
 
         

Animation

The process of taking a series of individual pictures - called frames or panels - and stringing them together in a timed sequence to give the appearance of continuous motion. It is referred to an image that changes over time.

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Animated Gif

A single graphic file that contains a series of images which are displayed sequentially to give the illusion of movement or change over time. Animation is best used sparingly on text intensive webpage's. Movement may add a dynamic feel to content but also distracts the user from reading text on the page. Repetitive animation is often (legitimately) compared to the flickering of a failing fluorescent tube.

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Ad Count

A means of quantitative measurement for a banner advertisement. Some common methods banner can be counted are by the number of impressions or clicks.

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Ad Network

A network of web sites or web pages that run banner ads.

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Advertiser

The company or person whose banner ad is displayed on a web site.

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Affiliate Program

A profit-sharing mechanism between companies to display banner ad on one company's site, with the banner linked to the other company. The company that displays the banner ad usually receives either: (1) a cash percentage of sales from the click-through's, or (2) a fixed dollar amount per click-through.

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AJAX

AJAX, stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, which is a term describing a web development technique for creating interactive web applications using a combination of: HTML (or XHTML) and Cascading Style Sheets for presenting information, Document Object Model, JavaScript to dynamically display and interact with the information presented, XML, XSLT and the XMLHttpRequest object to interchange and manipulate data asynchronously with the web server.

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Auto-Optimization

Auto-optimization can allow for changing the frequency of your banner rotation across a site, having it rotate on another site, or removing the banner altogether.

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Auto-Responder

An auto responder is an application triggered when a user sends email to a specific address or submits a web-form. Autoresponders can provide an automated email response to inquiries from potential customers. Such an email may contain price lists, a touring schedule or demonstration dates. More sophisticated autoresponders can be configured to send follow-up correspondence, keeping your organization "top-of-mind".

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Back-End, Front-End

A "back-end" is an information structure or application, e.g. database. The companion term "front-end" is the interface that allows a user to access the information or application.

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Badge

A banner dimension type. Used to refer to 125 x 125 pixels size or 120 x 60 pixels size. A 125 x 125 pixel banner is also referred to as a square banner, and a 120 x 60 pixel banner is also a type of button banner.

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Bandwidth

Bandwidth is the maximum amount of data that can travel a communications path in a given time, usually measured in seconds. If you think of the communications path as a pipe, then bandwidth represents the width of the pipe that determines how much data can flow through it all at once.

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Banner

A computer image file or series of computer image files that are displayed on the Internet. Banners can be placed on a web page, an email, or a browser (such as America Online or Web TV). Also referred to as a banner ad, a banner is a typically rectangular advertisement placed on a Web site either above, below or on the sides of the Web site's main content and is linked to the advertiser's own Web site.

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Banner Exchange

Individual web sites or groups of web sites who trade banners and links with each other.

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Banner Exchange Network

A group of web sites who trade banners and links with each other. Space is made on your web site to display the group's banner and, in exchange, your banner is displayed on other member's sites. Banner exchanges on networks are usually free, but allow the least control of where you want your ad to be featured or what ads will be featured on your site.

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Banner Rotation

Alternating more than one banner into purchased ad space or spaces over a set period of time.

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Billboard Ad

A large banner, generally located at the top of a web page with the dimensions 745 x 90 pixels. Click to view a typical billboard ad.

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Blog, Web Log, Blogging, Bloggers, Blogosphere

References and further reading Blog, a contraction of ‘web’ and ‘log’, describes a website comprising of date-related entries (or posts). Blogs are typically of a personal nature, although their use by companies as a marketing tool is increasing.

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Branding Your Domain Name

A domain name that matches your brand name is very important. The very name that you use to advertise your product is the name that you will want for your domain, because that is the first thing that people will try in their browser. It is also the easiest thing for them to remember, and whatever that is easily remembered, will be more likely to be tried out than the obscure domain name.

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Button

A button is a type of graphic Internet ad smaller than the traditional full-size ad banner. It is normally placed on the sides of the web pages or within suitable text. Two common button ad sizes are 120 x 90 pixels and 120 x 60 pixels.

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Campaign

A banner or group of banners displayed online which are measured together for their effectiveness.

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Chatroom

A chatroom is an internet application that allows users to exchange text messages using a browser.

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Click Through, Click Thru, Click-Through Rate (CTR)

(CTR), provides an indication of the relative success of an online advertising campaign. The number of times an advertisement has been displayed is referred to as the number of impressions. The more successful the campaign, the higher the CTR. The highest possible click-through rate is 100%, in other words, a campaign where every person who sees the advertisement clicks through to the advertiser’s website. The click-through rate is calculated by comparing the number of users who have clicked on a banner, against the number of times the advertisement has been displayed.

A measurement of response to a banner. A click through happen when a user clicks on the banner and is sent to the advertiser's place. Click through's or Click thru's is the number of times a banner is clicked on during a given period and taken to the advertiser's intended location. Each time a user clicks on an ad banner, one click-through, or click, is registered Click-through rate or Click-thru rate is the percentage of times a banner ad is clicked on out of the total number of ad views. For example, if a web page containing your ad is seen by 1,000 users and 20 clicks are made on the ad, the click-through rate is 5 percent. Abbreviated as CTR.

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Clicks-To-Sales Ratio

The amount of revenue generated directly from a banner's click-thru's divided by the actual number of click thru's. Sometimes referred to as a click-to-buy rate.

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Client-Side

Client-side scripting enables interaction within a webpage. The code required to process user-input is downloaded and compiled by the browser or plug-in. An example of a client-side interaction is a rollover (typically triggered when choosing a navigation option). Client-side scripting languages include JavaScript.

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Color Balance

In photography and image processing, color balance is the global adjustment of the intensities of the colors (typically red, green, and blue primary colors). An important goal of this adjustment is to render specific colors – particularly neutral colors – correctly; hence, the general method is sometimes called gray balance, neutral balance, or white balance. Color balance changes the overall mixture of colors in an image and is used for color correction; generalized versions of color balance are used to get colors other than neutrals to also appear correct or pleasing.

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Column Ad

A banner ad that is more tall than it is wide, with the dimensions of 150 x 800 pixels. Commonly placed on the right side of a web pages. Column ads are also known as vertical or skyscraper banners.

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Commercial Scripts Producing

A commercial website is a website which purpose is generating revenue or cash flow of any type, and that isn't under a non-profit organization. So if you're selling a product, selling advertisement, selling a service or just marketing a commercial business, your site is commercial. A company website is also commercial even if it doesn't sell anything, as it's purpose is to front a commercial company. You need commercial scripts included in your web site design.

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Content

A word you'll likely see around a lot is "web content" and by definition, content is the 'stuff' that makes up a web site. This could be words, pictures, images or sounds. In essence however, when we talk about web content, we are essentially referring to content in a textual nature. Content therefore is the 'information' in text form a web site provides.

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Content Management System (CMS)

A (web) content management system allows a number of people to maintain a website using a simple web-browser-based interface (instead of manually authoring webpage's). Content management systems generally consist of a number of templates corresponding to standard ‘types’ of information, e.g. event promotion, staff profiles, press releases, product listings. Privileges Users of the system may be assigned specific privileges to restrict the types of change they can make to the website. For example; the communications manager might only be able to add and edit press releases; changes to product pricing can only be made by the product manager.

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Conversion

A desirable action that follows the initial click on a banner. This desirable action could be a sale, or a registration, or simply having the viewing go to a certain page on the site or staying on the site a certain amount of time.

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Cookie

A cookie is a preference file written to the user’s computer when they access a website. Cookies are commonly used to store account information that can be used when the website is revisited at a later date. For example, if the layout or content of a website can be customized, a cookie could be used to ‘remember’ the user’s preferred background color or news source. Only the website that created the cookie file can use the information it stores.

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Cost-Per-Click-Through (CPC)

Cost-per-click-through is a web advertisement placement payment model. The advertising network charges an advertiser for the charged for the number of times a banner ad has been clicked (usually on a monthly basis).

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Cost-Per-Thousand Impressions (CPM)

Roman ‘M’ The ‘M’ in ‘CPM’ is the Roman numeral for 1000. The industry-standard unit size for purchasing impressions. Web advertising campaign placement is charged using one of two methods:

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Cost-per-click

Placement is charged based on the number of times people click on an advertisement (to link through to the advertiser’s website).

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Cost-per-impression

Placement is charged based on the number of times an advertisement is displayed (even if no-one clicks on the advertisement). Advertisers buy impressions in blocks. For the Google AdWords network, impressions are bought in blocks of 1000 impressions. Pricing for impression blocks varies depending on the advertising network. Targeted placement, for example placement on an industry-specific website, usually fetches a higher premium. There may also be a minimum monthly spend.

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Crawler/Robot/Spider

Tracking spiders Each major search engine has one or more spider. These show up in server logs as unique user agents. ‘Polite’ spiders identify their parent search engine, for example the Google spider identifies itself as ‘Googlebot’. A spider is a program run by a search engine to build a summary of a website’s content (content index). It creates a text-based summary of content and an address (URL) for each webpage. When a person searches, the keyword(s) they enter are compared with the available website content indexes. Due to the large number of webpage's indexed, direct text-only-matching is rare, rather search engines use sophisticated logics (algorithms) to rank potential matches. For example, the underlying information hierarchy of a webpage (semantic markup) may be factored into the ranking a webpage is assigned.

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Creative

The graphic format of a banner. Determines if the banner is a GIF file, and HTML file, or a type of rich media file.

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Cross-Browser Compatibility

Cross-browser compatibility is an issue faced by designers/developers when creating website's. The goal is that a website can be used by the largest possible audience, with minimal variation in the user-experience: a webpage should ideally look and work the same in all web browsers. The unique challenge of achieving this goal lies in the nature of the medium itself.

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CSS [Cascading Style Sheets], Stylesheet, Styles

The Cascading Style Sheets Specification (CSS) is a computer language that is used to write formatting instructions (rules). These rules tell a web browser how webpage content should ‘look’.

A simple mechanism for adding style (e.g. fonts, colors, spacing) to Web documents. Not all browsers (of specific versions) implement the full specification of CSS.

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Database development

A special way of organizing computer data.It looks like a table implemented columns and rows for fast accessing data from any of the cells in the table. There are many different types of databases but all of them work on the same principle. Databases are very useful for storing and organizing data for later retrieval. Very often used for managing accounts, managing user information, creating guest books and bulletin boards, even this page (dictionary) is implemented with database.

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Design Ideas

While designing it is crucial that the design is attractive, fast-loading, user friendly, focuses on your content and has a high stickiness factor to it. Instead of making very complex designs with less content or bare designs with cluttered content, we recommend the right balance between both.

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Design Services

Clients needs a thoroughly professional service, to suit all their requirements. Our proven method aims to match the best from our experienced engineering, professional and technical service.

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Directory

A database edited manually by Humans. Sites are indexed by category making this feature the main difference to a Search Engine. Users can navigate through the categories to locate documents or information. Most directories offer searching options (which is similar to searching from a Search Engine) within its database.

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Directories And Website Statistics

Creating a separate directory for each types of content makes it easier to interpret website statistics. For example, on the Motive website, all glossary entries are contained in a single directory, named ‘glossary’. The number of files requested from this directory equates (loosely) to the number of glossary entries viewed.

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Discussion Group

A web page that supports interactive discussions by users. Users submit text content using a form, that is saved on the server and that way make it available to other visitors.

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Disk Space

This is the amount of actual space available to you for storing your website on the web server harddrive.

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Dynamic HTML (dHTML)

Dynamic HTML is an extension to the standard HTML language introduced by version 4+ browsers (Netscape Navigation and Internet Explorer). "Dynamic" makes reference to changing the webpage display in response to user interaction. Stands Dynamic Hypertext Mark-up Language. DHTML is an HTML extension that allows web pages to react to the end users' input, such as displaying a web page based on the type of browser or computer end users are viewing a page with.

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Domain Name

A unique name that identifies one or more IP addresses. For example, the domain name elitesolution.net represents one IP address. Domain names are used in URL's to identify particular Web pages. Every web site that you visit is stored under domain name.

Domain Name Extension Part after the dot in the domain name is a domain name extension. In the elitesolution.net domain, domain extension is .net . There are many other domain name extensions such as .com .net .org .gov .edu .mil .info .web .us .uk .cc .it .mx .ba and many others.

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Doorway Page

Web pages created specifically for search engine positions. Also known as gateway page or a bridge page.

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Drop-Down Menu

In an online form, a drop-down menu (also known as a pull-down menu)

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E-Commerce Solution's

E-Commerce means conducting business on the Internet. It is mostly referred to buying and selling items on line. E-commerce (electronic commerce) is the purchase and distribution of goods or services across the internet. This method of business is seen as a viable alternative to export driven economies to overcome geographical distance. While large organizations (such as amazon.com) dominate media attention, e-commerce also allows less-commercial ventures such as artists collectives to capture and benefit from international exposure.

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Email Accounts

How many email accounts you can have with the web hosting account.

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E-Zine or Ezine

Stands for electronic magazine and is a name for a web site which is either
(a) modeled after a print magazine or
(b) a magazine that is only available online or through email.

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Exit Ad

A banner that pops up on screen after the visitor has exited a particular page on a site, or the site itself.

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Exposure

A single time a banner is viewed. Banners are often measured in terms of exposures, also known as impressions.

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Fantastico

Fantastico is a commercial script library that automates the installation of web applications to a website. Fantastico scripts are executed from the administration area of a website control panel such as cPanel. Fantastico's web site claims that they are installed on ten thousand servers, with a million users worldwide, which would make it the leading product of its type.

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Fast Design Project Realization

If you are professional, you are looking for a company that can make any design in the fastet way possible ? Well if that is so, you are in the right place! We can help you with design from scratch or you can takeoff with are ready made design.

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Favicon.ico, Favorites Icon, Shortcut Icon

If a favicon.ico file is not provided, a browser will simply display a default webpage icon. A favicon.ico file is a 16×16 pixel image, resolution of 72DPI, Color Mode is set to RGB and 8 bit. Favicon is displayed to the left of the webpage address (URL) in the browser address field. It may also be displayed alongside the meta title in a user’s favorites/bookmarks list (if the webpage has been bookmarked), or in the history list.

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Filter

A means for a banner to reach a select audience. A filter can have a banner displayed only for visitors in a certain country or area, a certain ISP, a time of day, a certain browser or OS, etc.

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Flash

Browser independent vector and graphic animation technology owned by Macromedia Inc. Flash is a plug-in and web development application. Files created in Flash can combine animation, sound and interaction and take advantage of a vector-based format to minimize file size. Flash Generator takes advantage of the application architecture to produce Flash elements dynamically. Most browsers support Flash technology and one flash animation looks the same on all browsers. Vector graphic animation software from Macromedia allows Flash graphics to look the same across all browsers, as long as the plug-in is installed. One of the advantages of Flash animations is their relatively fast download time.

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Flight

Duration of time a banner or campaign is to run.

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Flow Chart

A flow chart is a visual representation of a process. Within web design, a flow chart may be used to analyze or document the process of a user interacting with an organization through the website. A ‘process’ could be locating information, completing an application form, placing an order, etc. Flow charts identify a starting point, a sequence of actions, the decisions that must be made, and the conclusion or end to the process.

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Footer Navigation

Footer navigation provides links to administrative information. Footer navigation is also often displayed on every webpage and as such is global navigation. However, rather than linking to content sections, footer navigation typically links to administrative content; copyright statements, terms of use, legal disclaimers, website feedback links, etc. Footer navigation also tends to be presented as text links.

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Frame

A single complete graphic image that is displayed chronologically with other complete graphic images. A single frame makes up a static banner, while a series of frames make up an animated banner.

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Frames

An HTML technique for combining two or more separate HTML documents within a single web browser screen. A web site using frames often causes great problems for search engines, and may not be spidered and indexed correctly.

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Frequency Cap

Number of times a banner repeats its animation sequence - or loops - before stopping. Front-door banner A banner that appears on the home page of a site.

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Full Banner

A banner 468 pixels wide by 60 pixels tall. A full banner is the most common type of banner advertised.

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FTP

FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol which is one of the methods of transferring files over the Internet.

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GIF

GIF stands for graphics interchange format, it is a bit-mapped graphics file format used by the World Wide Web. GIF supports colors and various resolutions. But it is limited to 256 colors.

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Graphic Illustration

Make your message loud and clear using the punchy shapes and flat colors of our graphic artists.

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Hyphenated Names

Should you get a hyphenated name? There are a few things to consider here:

a. Disadvantage: It's easy to forget the hyphens when typing a name. They'll probably leave out the hyphens and wind up at your competitor's site.

b. Disadvantage: When people recommend your site to their friends verbally, having hyphens in your domain name leads to more potential errors than when the name does not contain hyphens.

c. Disadvantage: It's a pain in the neck to type.

d. Advantage: Search engines can distinguish your keywords better and thus return your site more prominently in search results for those keywords occurring in your domain name.

e. Advantage: The non-hyphenated form may no longer be available. At least this way, you still get the domain name you want.

Avoid hyphenated names if you can, but it really depends on your domain name and your situation.

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Hosting

Hosting is a service provided by hosting company. That's a place (a computer available on the Internet) where web site is stored and made available to web site users to view the content of that web site.

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HTML

Stands for HyperText Markup Language, the authoring and editing language used to create web pages on the World Wide Web.

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Image Map

An image that has several links geographically mapped onto it. Interactive − A Web page is interactive when it prompts a response from the user or in some way can interact with the user dynamically (e.g.; filling out a form or a poll etc).

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Interstitial

A banner that appears in a separate browser window while you wait for a Web page to load. Interstitial's are in various sizes, and are more likely to contain large graphics, streaming presentations, and special features not found in conventional banners.

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Java Applet

A short program written in Java (not JavaScript) that is attached to a World Wide Web page and executed by the browser machine. Often used for complicated web applications.

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Java Script

Java Script is a client-side scripting language that allows dynamic behavior to be specified within HTML documents. Most browsers support java however some browsers are disabled for JavaScript use.

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JPEG (JPG)

Stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group. JPEG uses compression technique for color images and therefore some details are lost in the compression yet giving relatively good quality. It is widely used on the Internet and other digital applications.

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Keywords

Clear demonstration of how the Web has grown ahead of its own technology. Every site designer knows what they'd like keywords to do: they'd like to be able to tell the Search Engines how to catalogue their site so that readers can find it. For example, if your site provides consumer information about children's safety belts, you'd probably like to be listed under the following: car safety, automobile safety, infant seats, seat belts, safety equipment. Sounds simple, right?

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Layer

A level or plane where a graphic or graphics can reside, creating a sense of space and overlapping. Objects or graphics in can reside in the same layer, or they can reside on different layers, or they can move between layers.

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Link

It's normally a hypertext entry which lets the reader jump to a new location. In current Web use, it specifically means a Web address, or URL, which, when clicked on, transfers the reader to that location. This has its good and bad points. The good point is that by linking to interesting and relevant sites, you can provider your readers with much more information than you could write on your own. You can show information from independent analysts and industry authorities. The disadvantage, which many site designers are insensitive to, is that links encourage people to leave your site and they may not come back. So when you design a site, you want to think very carefully about where you will provide "external links" that is, links that encourage the reader to leave your site. Links are information. Readers like them. Site designers love them, because they add so much content for so little work. But as a marketing manager, you have to keep a firm grip on how many and where the links are. Reciprocal links are links between two sites, sort of "I'll tell my readers about you if you'll tell your readers about me." These may be a courtesy, or they may be contractually required. For example, some Web Awards require that if you display the award, you always display a link back to the award giver's site.

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List Text

Can be categorized, be it bulleted, numbered, or unnumbered. The default list bullets and numbers are black with no special effects. To make a bulleted list using graphic images as bullets, web graphic designers use a table format.

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Marketing Automation

Internet Marketing Automation comes with a plain, simplistic Web-based interface, but the flexible mail merging lets you send personalized mailings easily. Building a successful Online Marketing Business is actually easy and a lot of fun. If the "fun part". You cannot succeed on the Internet without a system. It is impossible. There is just too much to manage without efficient automation in place. You must be able to efficiently establish and develop hundreds of relationships with the people with whom you will be successfully doing business.

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Masthead

A masthead is a graphic image placed on top of a web page that tells end users what page they are on. Masthead images can contain photos, text, shapes, and/or image maps.

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Meta Tag

A special HTML tag that provides information about a Web page. Unlike normal HTML tags, meta tags do not affect how the page is displayed.

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Micro Button

A very small banner, measuring only 88 pixels wide by 33 pixels tall. Most micro buttons are too small to be effective direct response banners.

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Moderated Discussion List/Newsgroup

The person who categorizes the topics and selects posts is the moderator. Thus, a moderation discussion list or newsgroup is a service in which the moderator organizes participants' comments or suggestions are organized into topics or categories.

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Moving Pictures Expert Group Layer 3 (MP3)

MP3 is an format for storing digital audio files. It uses an audio compression system that reduces file size by removing the frequencies of a track not audible to the human ear.

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Multimedia

A form of communication combining text with graphics, page layout, video, audio, animation, and so forth.

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Multiple Domains

Sometimes, it isn’t a bad idea to register several similar domain names. If you have "yourname.com", register "yourname.net" so no one else takes it. You can register your full company name and a shorter, easier to remember version. Some people even register common misspellings of their company’s name. (You don’t need a separate Web page for each. Several domains can point to the same Website.)

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MySQL

MySQL is an open source relational database management system. Information in a MySQL database is stored in the form of related tables. MySQL databases are typically used for web application development (often accessed using PHP). A MySQL database can be accessed (queried) directly using; C, C++, Eiffel, Java, Perl, PHP and Python computer languages. There is also third party support for connection in a Windows environment. MySQL databases are queried using a subset of the standard Structured Query Language (SQL) commands.

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Online

If you are connected to the Internet, you are online. Online advertising is done exclusively on the web or through e-mail.

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Online Marketing

Various types of online marketing include: affiliate programs, search engine optimization, banner advertising, directory enhancement, posts to moderated discussion lists, newsgroups, and forums, email advertising, online press releases.

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Opt-In

An email marketing term in which the email recipient specifically requests receiving email related to a specific topic of interest

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Optimise/Optimize, Optimisation/Optimization

The aim of optimisation is to reduce the time it takes to access a website (or run a program). Images, application and (X)HTML code can all be optimised.

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PageRank™ (PR)

PageRank is Google’s ranking software that calculates the relevance of a webpage to the search keywords entered. The software analyses both the number of incoming links and the ‘quality’ of the referring webpage to generate a relative measurement between 0 (low-relevance) and 10 (high-relevance). (The ‘quality’ of the referring webpage is an abstract measure of how authoritative it is on the subject matter.)

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Paid To Scripts

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Payment Processing

Payment Gateway can help you accept credit card and electronic check payments quickly and affordably. Connecting a Web site to the payment processing networks is exceptionally difficult and typically beyond the expertise and technical resources of most online merchants. Typical service fees—setup, monthly, and per- transaction—are determined by resellers. The payment gateway offers many features and options that can be tailored to specific merchant business models. Payment Gateway can support your particular business: Web Merchant Solutions, Retail Merchant Solutions, Mail Order & Telephone Order Merchant Solutions, Mobile Merchant Solutions...

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PDF

Stands for Portable Document Format. Created by Adobe Systems in its software program Adobe Acrobat as a universal browser. Files can be downloaded via the web and viewed page by page, provided the user is computer has installed the necessary plug-in which can be downloaded from Adobe's own web site.

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PHP

Abbreviation for Hypertext Pre-Processor is a server-side, HTML embedded scripting language used to create dynamic Web pages. Designed for Windows and Unix type platforms. The language can be used to write programs (routines) that output code. When a webpage using PHP is accessed, routines generate the markup to be downloaded to the browser. PHP can also be used to connect to a database; to retrieve, add or update content. This makes PHP an ideal language for creating large-scale website's. A single PHP template can be written to retrieve and display all database records, for example product listings. Each product webpage is generated using the same routines—conditionally showing availability, price, shipping costs, etc.

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Plug-In

A software extension that provides added capabilities to the browser, for purposes such as viewing, hearing, or saving specially formatted files. Most plug-ins are available via the creator's web page for downloading.

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Plural Name

Very often, if you can't get the domain name you want, the domain name registrar will suggest alternate forms of the name you typed. If you take the "the..." and "my..." forms of the domain name, you must always remember to promote your site with the full form of the name. Otherwise, people are likely to forget to affix the necessary "the" or "my". On the other hand, don't take the plural form of the domain name (eg, websites.com) if you cannot also get "website.com", since the chance of the visitor failing to type the "s" in the name is very great.

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PNG

Stands for Portable Network Graphics format, and is generally pronounced "ping." PNG is used for loss less compression and displaying images on the web. The advantages of PNG is that it supports images with millions of colors and produces background transparency without jagged edges. The disadvantages are that PNG images will not show up on older browsers, and still can be comparatively larger in file size than GIF's.

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Pop-Under Banner

A non-user initiated window that appears behind the main content page.

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Pop-Up Banner

Another phrase that has the same meaning as "interstitial". Also known as a pop-up ad.

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Pop-Up, Pop-Under Windows

A pop-up window is a new browser window created (launched or opened), either by the user clicking a button/link, or automatically: when a webpage is first viewed (loaded) or is linked away from (unloaded). Based on the negative response to new windows that obscure content, web-marketers have also introduced a less intrusive variation. A pop-under is first opened, then moved behind the content window. The new window is then only visible if the user systematically closes content windows before quitting/closing their browser, or if the content windows do not fill the screen. Although pop-up windows have been overused, they can be an effective way to display help information for web-based applications, such as online stores―support information can be displayed alongside the webpage it applies to. Opening a new window often reflects the author’s desire to control the user experience.

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Positioning

The actual placement of a banner on the web page. Positioning can be above the fold, centered, repeated at the bottom of the page, right or left hand column, underneath a particular box, etc.

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PPI

Stands for pixels per inch. PPI specifies the resolution of an input device, such as a scanner, digital camera, or monitor. Web page resolution ranges from 72-96 pixels per inch. (For information on output device measurements see dpi.) Post A post is a single message sent to a newsgroup or message board.

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Professional Design

Every now and again business people stumble upon the very same problem: the choice of a unique and beautiful design which manages to fulfill three basic tasks. Support the corporate identity, enrich the visual appearance and is compatible with the overall design. However, usually there are simply too many options you can consider, which is why you need time to find the option you are most comfortable with. Although the ELITE Solution choice usually depends on clients’ requirements, it is necessary to have some pretty starting points for your right decision.

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Quick Time Video

Quick Time Video is the Apple technology that allows video, digitized sound and music, 3D, and virtual reality to be viewed on your web site. It's available for Macintosh and Windows-based computers. Quick Time is a plug-in that allows a browser to display content saved in Quick Time format. This includes sound, and moving imagery such as video. Quick Time is an authoring environment for interactive development with applications such as Quick Time VR (Virtual Reality) which combines images to create the illusion of 3 dimensional space.

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Rating Services for Website's

Many people have attempted to apply rating systems to the Web. The most common reason is to identify sites with adult content that might not be suitable for children. There are many different services available. Almost all allow you to register your site for free. Once registered, your Website must include a rating indicator, using a PICS Label. The only thing you really need to know about the PICS format is that different rating services may use different labels. From a marketing manager's point of view, the rating services are helpful. You may want to add suitable for children labels to your sites not just if your market is children, but also if you're trying to reach teachers who may be using school systems to reach the Web, or parents who don't want to bother setting their system separately for the adults and the children in the family.

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Realtime Transport Protocol (RTP), RealTime Streaming Protocol (RTSP)

Realtime Transport Protocol (RTP) is a data transfer protocol defined to deliver live media to one or more clients at the same time. It requires an RTP server to capture, compress, packetize, and transmit the data over a network in real time. The transport protocol used by RTSP streaming.

RealTime Streaming Protocol (RTSP) is the standard used to transmit stored media to one or more clients at the same time. Provides client controls for random access to the content stream. Requires an RTSP server. RTSP uses RTP as the transport protocol. These protocols are used when web casting. They allow for a signal (such as a radio transmission) to be fed and distributed across a network as it is received.

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Referrer

A referrer is the location (URI) from which a user has linked to a webpage, for example from another webpage such as a search result. referrer log ‘Referrer‘ or ‘referer‘? In the HTTP Standard (at a code-level) referrer is misspelled: ‘referer’. A referrer log is a subset of the information a web-server records, each time a webpage is viewed. The referrer information records how users have linked to each file.

With a little creative interpretation, referrer logs can provide information on: how users have found the website (e.g. from a link on a partner site or through a search engine), browsers used to view the website, the keywords (queries) entered into a search engine used to find the website, other website's frequented by the user. If a webpage has no referring URI, the address may have been entered by hand or a user has clicked-through from an email. Referrer blocking software will also result in a empty referrer record.

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Rich Media

A web site or banner ads that use technology more advanced than standard GIF animation. Rich media banners include: Flash, Shockwave, streaming video, Real Audio/Video, pull-down menus, search boxes, applets that allow for interactivity, and other types of special effects.

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Robots

A robots.txt is a permissions file that can be used to control which webpage's of a website a search engine indexes. The file must be located in the root directory of the website for a search engine website-indexing program (spider) to reference.

The robots.txt file contains instructions (directives) that are read by spiders. Directives can be written to apply to all spiders or only target spiders from a specific search engine. If a website has no robots.txt file, then a spider will follow links from the webpage that has been registered with its parent search engine to index the website content.

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Rollover

A rollover is a feedback cue activated when the cursor is positioned over a particular part of a webpage. Feedback cues may include a visual effects: change in color, image or sounds events. An area on a Web page that triggers an event when the user moves their cursor over it and/or clicks on it. The event can appear directly over the original item or on another area of the page. Every rollover has a a Normal state (no action), and one or all of these states: Over (mouse over), Down (mouse down), or Out (mouse up). Also known as a “mouseover.”

Disjointed rollover

A disjointed rollover is where the visual-feedback does not correspond with the location of the cursor. The use of disjointed rollovers may be required when navigation labels are shortened (due to screen-width); a description can be displayed underneath or alongside navigation text to provide more information on the section’s content.

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Search Engine

A program that performs searching on documents for specified terms or phrases and returns a list of the documents where those terms were found. Search Engines are lately referred to Internet Search Engines. A search is typically carried out by entering a keyword or phrase (query) into a text field and then clicking a button, but may also be initiated by clicking a hyperlink. Most popular search engines today are Google, Yahoo, MSN, AllTheWeb, Excite, Lycos, AOL, HotBot, Altavista. There are over several thousands search engines and growing every day.

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Search Engine Marketing (SEM)

Search engine marketing involves a strategic approach to driving/attracting users to a website. This includes: attractor design creating copy and imagery to drive a user to click-through to a website, paid placement or pay-per-click (PPC), determining where a website should be promoted to attract an audience , search engine optimization developing web content to achieve a high ranking in search engine results pages (SERP).

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Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is an act of of increasing the the number of visitors to a particular Web site by adding appropriate keywords and phrases, and such ranking high in the search results. The higher a Web site ranks in the results of a search, the greater the chance that your site will be found by a search user. For general and competitive web sites it takes a lot of professionalism to tweak the web site in order to be well optimized and search engine friendly.

In the early days of the web, search engine optimization involved carefully crafting metadata, setting up link farms and building reciprocal links to improve a website’s popularity―Google, for one, factors the number of links that point to a webpage (incoming links) when calculating relevance ranking (Page Rank).

As the search industry has matured, additional factors have come into play including: invisible content, such alternative texts for images; webpage filename/address (URL); syndication of content through blog's; use of structural markup; and paid placement such as Google’s AdWords service.

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Server-Side

Information is sent to a server to be processed. With server-side scripting, completing an activity involves sending information to another computer (server) across the internet. The server then runs a program that process the information and returns the results, typically a webpage. Search engines use server-side processing. When a keyword is sent, a program on a server matches the word or phrase entered against an index of website content. (To complete the same search as a client-side process would require the browser to download the entire search engine program and index.) Server-side scripting languages include ASP and PHP.

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Server Type

This is the type of server software that is running on the server. Windows 2000 server, Linux and Unix are common server types. If you have a basic website then the server type does not matter. If you have a more complex website that has database functions and serves up dynamic pages, then the server type will be more important.

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Session, Session Tracking

A session is the time spend by a single user at a web site. The recording of the path taken through the site is referred to as session tracking. Session tracking can be used to store user generated information (as in the case of shopping cart sites) or help a developer refine site structure by recording behavior patterns of users.

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Shape

Shape is one of the elements of art. When lines meet, shapes are formed. Shapes are flat. Some shapes are geometric, such as squares, circles, triangles, rectangles, and ovals. Other shapes are organic or irregular.

Geometric Shapes
These are geometric shapes.
Organic Shapes
Organic shapes look like things from nature.

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Shockwave

An animation and authoring file type established by Macromedia™. Shockwave differs from Flash in that bitmap images are used instead of vector graphics, making Shockwave better suited to those with fast internet connections.

Shockwave is a plug-in that allows your browser to display content generated by Macromedia's Director application. Director Macromedia Director is an authoring tool for creating sophisticated interaction, and can combine combining animation, sound and video. It is often used to create CD-ROMs, kiosks and games. Its Shockwave export feature allows content developed to be viewed through a browser.

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Shopping Cart, Shopping Basket

A Shopping Cart is a program or a series of programs that let visitors to your site make selections from more than one page before sending in that order. A shopping cart on the Web works just like a shopping cart in the real world--on each page, your customer can "put things into the shopping cart" but not have to actually pay for them yet. As they go from area to area of your online store, they can add more items or put items back. Finally, they get to "check-out" where they place their combined order. Shopping cart programs were originally developed by individual programmers, and could be fairly expensive, which included credit card verification, the ability to handle large numbers of customers without getting their orders mixed up, various shipping and handling options, etc. These "off the shelf" products cost anywhere from $250 to $5,000 depending on the complexity and number of items in the store, but are all much less expensive than having custom work done. Shopping cart programs need to reliable and easy to use for the retailer. More sophisticated systems establish customer accounts to reduce the amount of information a user has to enter to complete a transaction.

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Shorter Domain Name

Go for the shorter name if you can get a meaningful one, but don't averse to longer names. However, you should avoid extremely long names verging on 67 characters. Aside from the obvious problem that people might not be able to remember such a long name, it would also be a chore typing it and trying to fit it as a title on your web page.

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Sitemap

A sitemap provides an overview of website content in a manner similar to the contents page of a book. Sections and pages are typically listed according to narrative flow, if the author intends for pages to be read in a specific order; or alphabetically or by chronology if content pages are essentially unrelated. The later is the case in news website's, where articles are often archived by topic, and then by title or publication date.

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Social Communities

A social network is a social structure made of nodes (which are generally individuals or organizations) that are tied by one or more specific types of interdependency, such as values, visions, ideas, financial exchange, friendship, sexual relationships, kinship, dislike, conflict or trade.

In online communities, connections to particular forums or sub-communities are implicit. Members connect with forums by reading or participating in them, but do not make their preferences of forums explicit in the community. The same is true with people in the community. Relationships in traditional communities are rarely made explicit. Everyone has their favorite members and forums, but that information is not shared with the community.

Social networking, on the other hand, enables individual members to share explicit relationships with people and forums. Members use their home pages as rich representations of their preferences- which enable them to express their identity through explicitly shared forum membership and connections to other members.

Further, forums within a community display explicit links to those members who have chosen to join the group. In this case, the forum becomes an aggregator of all the members who have chosen to join and links directly to their personal home pages.

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Spider Robot

Spiders and Robots (or "bots") are simply automated programs that explore the Web, looking for information. The most common kinds of Spiders are the ones that collect Web addresses for the Search Engines to catalogue. The only time that you as a marketing manager are likely to have to think about these Spiders is when you're trying to get your site listed in a search engine, or avoid having some test pages on your Website automatically catalogued by a search engine before you're ready. If you do want to create a test area on your Website and you want to keep Spiders out until it's finished, you'll need to tell your Web Administrator so they can put up a special "keep out" sign for these automated programs.

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Stateless interaction

Macromedia Flash application architecture enables a third type of scripting/interaction. Flash can store and process information both client-side and server-side. An example of this interaction is a Flash-based checkout process. Information the user enters (such as delivery and billing addresses, credit card details, etc.) can be stored and validated client-side. Once the required information has been completed a connection is established to the server and the order sent for processing.

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Streaming

The flow of data from a server to the visitor’s own computer. Streaming allows for a graphic animation to start right away while the rest of the file downloads in the background, rather than waiting first for the entire file to download before viewing.

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Submitting to Search Engines and Directories

Most things on the Web, including almost all of the search engines and the directories, require the marketing manager to do the same kinds of promotion they would do via press releases. You write the best you can, you slant it to be of special interest to that market, and you hope you get listed in the way you want to. While this may change in the future, it's important to understand now. There are, of course, different design techniques and application formats that get better results, and your site designer should be familiar with them. But just as with the press, keep trying, and keep trying new things, if you don't get listed quickly--but remember that "quickly" on the Web is commonly 4 to 6 weeks. This can seem especially frustrating in a medium where publication is instant, but it may help to think of it like yellow pages. It's up to you, or your designer, to understand the lead times that publicizing your site will require.

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Submission Forms

Forms are web pages "fields" for a user to fill in with information. They are an excellent way of collecting and processing information from people visiting a website, as well as allowing them to interact with web pages. Forms are written in HTML and processed by CGI programs. The output can be sent as an e-mail form, stored online, printed, and/or returned to the user as an HTML page.

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SVG

Abbreviation for Scalable Vector Graphics. A vector graphic file format developed specifically for the Web by Adobe™, producing smaller file sizes with faster download times. The SVG format supports fills, gradients, blends, animation, and interactivity in both vector and raster graphics. Special features include: searchable text and zooming. The SVG plug-in is required to be installed in a web browser for viewing.

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SWF

Original abbreviation for Shockwave Flash Format. (Now it is referred to simply as “Flash File Format.”) SWF is a Flash-based vector format used to export animations. Most suitable for animations with solid-color areas and sharp-edged objects. Saves only solid-color backgrounds. (Read by most browsers, which come pre-installed with the Flash plug-in.)

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Texture

Texture is one of the elements of art. Texture is the way something feels when you touch it. Artists also create the illusion of texture in artworks such as paintings, drawings and prints.How would you describe these different textures?

Texture Windy Texture Wet Texture Smooth Texture Stilllife

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Thumbnail

A small version of a bigger image on a web page. Usually containing a hyperlink to a full-size version of the image.

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TLD

Domain Extension: As we have already seen that a Domain Name has two parts, name and extension. While user can choose any name for their domain, they can choose the extensions from the pre-defined combination. Every domain name ends in a top-level domain (TLD) name. Top level domain (TLD) can be categorized as generic top level domains (gTLD) and country code top level domains (ccTLD).

Tile

A very small banner ad, sometimes without click thru features.

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Tracking

Means of measuring visitors who are exposed to a banner ad and their post-click results.

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Trademarked Names

There are two really good reasons for this. First, it’s not very nice. We have all heard the stories about the zany guy who thought ahead and bought "some-huge-multi-million-dollar-company.com" and sold it to the company for enough money to retire on. But, remember that those companies, like yours, have spent lots of time and money creating their brand, and what goes around comes around. Also, companies are no longer opening their pocketbooks to get their names back. They are calling their lawyers.

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Trick Banner

A banner that advertises something that actually isn't, or has appears to have features it actually doesn't. For example, a banner that advertises "FREE MONEY — Click Here!" but takes people to a porn site is a trick banner. Another example is a banner that appears to have clickable text links, but the text links don't actually work.

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Validation

Validation is the process of checking data against a standard or requirement. The term is commonly used when: quality assuring a webpage at a technical level (code validation), or checking the information entered by a person when sending information or using an online service (form validation).

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Vector Graphic

A graphic image drawn in shapes and lines, called paths. Images created in Illustrator and Freehand (graphic design software) are vector graphics. They are usually exported to be bitmap images.

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Vertical Banner

A banner ad that is more tall than it is wide. Most vertical banners are more commonly known as skyscraper banners.

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Video

A series of framed images put together, one after another, to simulate motion and interactivity. A video can be transmitted by number of frames per second and/or the amount of time between switching frames. The difference between video and animation is that video is broken down into individual frames.

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Video Clip

A short video sequence that can be embedded into a web page.

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Viral Marketing

Viral marketing is a method of promotion that involves the dissemination of messages from person-to-person without the involvement of the originator. This is commonly achieved through the use of email, but web-based postcards and ‘recommend this site to a friend’ links are other means to the same end. Viral marketing campaigns generally rely on the strength of the original proposition: be it a product, service or (increasingly) entertainment value.

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Visitors Log

It takes as input a web server log file, and outputs statistics in form of different reports.

Visitors reports contain a number of useful informations and statistics:
* Requested pages.
* Requested images.
* Referers by hits and age.
* Unique visitors in each day.
* Page views per visit.
* Pages accessed by the Google crawler (and the date of google's last access on every page).
* Percentage of visits originated from Google searches for every day.
* User's navigation patterns (web trails).
* Keyphrases used in Google searches.
* User agents.
* Weekdays and Hours distributions of accesses.
* Weekdays/Hours combined bidimentional map.
* Month/Year combined bidimentional map.
* Visual path analysis with Graphviz.
* Operating systems, browsers and domains popularity.
* 404 errors.

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Web Application

Web Applications are web programs or real programs designed to be used on the web site using a browser. Example of web application would be e-commerce web site, web banking, stock exchange on the web, web games and many others. Web applications are becoming very popular due to wide availability of the Internet access.

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Web Based E-mail

Web based e-mail is a software on a POP3 server that allows you the luxury, if desired, to access your POP accounts by simply using a web-browser. It allows users to send and receive emails via any web-browser by viewing an HTML web page.

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Web Page

One of the pages one the web site including home page.

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Web Site

A site is presence on the World Wide Web. Each Web site contains a home page (opening page), which is the first document users see when they enter the site.

A web site is a collection of electronic pages generally formatted in HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) that can contain text, graphic images, and multimedia effects such as sound files, video and/or animation files, and other programming elements such as Java and JavaScript.

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WYSIWYG

Abbreviation for What You See Is What You Get.

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XHTML

Abbreviation for Extensible Hypertext Mark-up Language and is a hybrid of XML and HTML. Web pages designed in XHTML should look the same across all platforms.

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XML

Abbreviation for Extensible Mark-up Language.

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