A type of website (most often maintained by an individual) with a log of comments (most often personal) comments, meanings, descriptions of events, etc.
Web content is the textual, visual or aural content that is encountered as part of the user experience on websites. It may include, among other things: text, images, sounds, videos and animations.
A domain name is a person or organization's unique space on the internet. In layman's terms, it is commonly used to mean the name of your website.
Providing the storage, connectivity, and services necessary to serve files for a website.
html (hypertext markup language)
HTML is the language of the web. HTML is a set of tags that are used to define the content, layout and the formatting of the web document. Web browsers use the HTML tags to define how to display the text.
A software program for editing HTML pages. With an HTML editor you can add elements like lists, tables, layout, font size, and colors to a HTML document like using a word processor. An HTML editor will display the page being edited exactly the same way it will be displayed on the web (See WYSIWYG).
Computer program used to search and catalog (index) the millions of pages of available information on the web. Common search engines are Google and Yahoo.
seo (search engine optimization)
The practice of skillfully using website coding and content to achieve the highest possible search engine ranking.
forms of electronic communication (as Web sites for social networking and microblogging) through which users create online communities to share information, opinions, ideas, personal messages and experiences, and media such as videos. Examples are Facebook, Twitter, and youtube.
A web server that "hosts" web services like providing web site space to companies or individuals.
A collection of related web pages belonging to a company or an individual.
url (uniform resource locator)
A web address. The standard way to address web documents (pages) on the Internet (like: http://www.webgeni.us/)