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Bandwidth
The amount of data that can be passed along a communications channel in a given period of time.
Browser
A web browser is a piece of software on a user's computer which downloads web pages and interprets the HTML code to create a formatted document.
DNS
An acronym for Domain Name Server, DNS refers to a database of Internet names and addresses which translates the names to the official IP Addresses and vice versa.
Domain Name
A domain name is the unique identifier for your website. Using DNS, a domain name is translated into the IP Address of the website from which web pages are downloaded.
Email
Email, or electronic mail, is quick, easy and cost-effective. It is the standard way of communicating over the internet. Web pages can be sent as an email and files can also be sent as email attachments.
Flash
Macromedia Flash is used to deliver animations and rich multimedia content over the internet. Flash can be used to build complete websites or for single elements on a web page.
FTP
File Transfer Protocol is the protocol used to transfer files over a TCP/IP network, eg the internet.
GIF
Graphics Interchange Format - is a bitmap image format that is widely used on the World Wide Web, both for still images and for animations.
HTML
HyperText Mark-up Language is used to structure text and multimedia documents and to set up hyperlinks between documents, used extensively on the World Wide Web.
HTTP
A protocol used to request and transmit data, especially web pages and file components, over the Internet or other computer network.
Hyperlink
A Hyperlink is a link from a web page to another URL or position in the current web page; typically activated by clicking on a highlighted word or icon at a particular location on the screen.
Internet
An interconnected system of networks that connects computers around the world via the TCP/IP protocol.
Intranet
A privately maintained internal network that connects computers via the TCP/IP protocol.
IP Address
The address of a device attached to a TCP/IP network. Every client, server and network device must have a unique IP address for each network connection or interface.
JavaScript
A client-side scripting language often embedded in a HTML document to enhance interaction and functionality of a web page.
JPEG
JPEG is a commonly used file format for compressing photographic images for delivery over the web.
Keyword
A keyword is a significant or descriptive word or phrase on a web page which is used for indexing and searching documents.
Payment Gateway
A payment gateway is an external source or website responsible for accepting and authorising online payments on your behalf. As standard all our packages use PayPal (www.paypal.co.uk).
Search Engine
A search engine 'crawls' the internet and indexes web pages based on their content and keywords. Search engines are extremely fast at delivering results, searching billions of web pages in milliseconds.
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
Search Engine Optimisation, or SEO, is the technique used to ensure a website is fine-tuned to rank highly in search engines by using keywords and structuring documents in the most effective way. All our websites are search engine optimised as standard.
Server
A computer system in a network that is shared by multiple users. A web server is a computer set up specially to serve web pages, handle email and run web applications.
TCP/IP
A protocol for communication between computers - a standard for transmitting data over networks and the basis for standard internet protocols.
URL
A URL, or Uniform Resource Locator, refers to the location of a file on the internet.
Web Application
A web application is a script which runs on a web server and processes user input to interact with databases, email or the file system to deliver dynamic content.
Web Page
A file served by a web server containing HTML code. Web pages usually contain hyperlinks to other web pages or websites.
Website
A set of interconnected web pages, usually including a homepage, generally located on the same server, and prepared and maintained as a collection of information by a person, group, or organisation.
WWW
The World Wide Web is just one service deployed on the internet. The 'web' is made up of web servers that serve HTML web pages, files and run web applications.