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Template?

The term template - as used by Websites & More - refers to the basic design created for a web site which will be modified and ultimately reproduced to offer a uniform web presence.

Spiders?

Spiders are used by search engines to retrieve web pages. Once a spider encounters a "link" on a web page - it will retrieve that page as well. Often "child menus" and "site maps" are used to increase spider effectiveness.

Server?

A Web Server sends web pages to the "browser". Every Web Server has an "IP Address" and often also has a "domain name".

Search Engine?

Search engines are Web programs that categorize web content for user retrieval. Usually the content is found by spiders - then the content of the site and often its keywords are reviewed by the search engine and the page is then categorized. Users visit the search engine - type in a keyword or query - and upon submission the engine returns related sites.

Script?

A script is a simple list of commands to be executed without user interaction. Scripts are commonly used to interact with HTML to create dynamic effects.

Rollover?

The term rollover is commonly used by Websites & More staff when referring to mouse over or hover events programmed in "JavaScript" or "CSS". A common example of a rollover effect would be a button or text link changing color when the mouse cursor hovers over it.

Resolution?

The term "resolution" - as used by Websites & More - most commonly refers to the screen resolution of a computer monitor. The most common resolution is 800 x 600. This is also the resolution that many web designers use when creating web pages. The number 800 x 600 refers to the number of pixels - or colored dots - that are displayed.

Refresh?

Usually used when referring to "browsers" - the Refresh - or Reload button - recalls the current "URL" to allow for any new information in the file to be displayed. A common example would be refreshing the browser window after uploading a changes to a webpage.

psd?

File extension for images created in Adobe Photoshop. Often Websites & More staff will refer to a file saved in this format simply as a "psd".

pdf?

PDF stands for Portable Document Format a file format developed by Adobe Systems. It uses the formatting information of different applications to deliver the file in the way it was originally intended. You need Adobe Reader - a free download from Adobe Systems - to view a PDF file. A common use for PDFs would be placing an entire Word document on a "Web Server" for users to "download".

 

 

 

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