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Website Design Glossary Adobe Flash - This is a multimedia system that is accessed via a web browser such as Internet Explorer. Flash allows the user to access web content and stream it, particularly video and animation, on sites such as YouTube. Web designers use Flash to create animated websites containing games, cartoons, graphics and video. Adobe Flash is usually pre-loaded onto a new PC, and the user is notified of upgrades as they become available. Responsive Web Design (RWD) - RWD is a concept which allows websites to be accessed by different devices: from PC or laptop, to tablet or mobile as required, without the need to re-size or alter screen resolution for optimal viewing. Web Content Management System (WCMS or CMS) - WCMS is a computer application that controls, changes and reassembles the information and content on a web page using a flexible programming language such as XML (Extensive Markup Language) or .NET. The system allows the user to make changes to a web page without any knowledge of programming or HTML (Hypertext Markup Language). Ecommerce - This is the buying and selling of goods using the internet or other electronic means, allowing customers to obtain goods at any time of the day or night, through secure electronic funds transfer. Ecommerce also allows for the business-to-business exchange of data through Electronic Data Exchange (EDI). Domain Name - A domain name is the equivalent of a telephone number which is assigned to a particular person or organisation. The Domain Name System (DNS) allocates the name and country identifier in a similar way to the international telephone network. Domain names can be purchased and assigned to particular websites for businesses or establishments. As an example, Harvard University uses www.harvard.edu whilst Oxford University uses www.oxford.ac.uk the www (World Wide Web) is separated by a dot, known as a period, with the domain name again separated from the general descriptor. File Transfer Protocol (FTP) - This is used to transfer files between computers via the internet or through a network such as the Intranet, an internal internet system often used by universities and other institutions to communicate within that particular community privately. FTP uses the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol, (TCP/IP) to communicate on the internet. The TCP assembles the file or message being sent into smaller bundles, sending them to the receiving computer, which then reassembles the information into its original form. The IP is the post office sorting room and postman, ensuring the bundled information reaches the correct address. HTML - HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language, a set of codes or symbols contained within a file displayed on a browser page. HTML is used by major browsers, such as Internet Explorer, with the symbols marking up the file content to indicate to the browser how to display the text and images for reading by the computer user. Meta Tags - These are a form of tag used as part of the HTML coding to provide information about the web page, such as who created the page, what the page is about, how often it is updated, and the keywords used on the page which then enable search engines to construct indices for ranking purposes. Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) - SEO is the process of improving the volume and quality of traffic to a web site from search engines via "natural" ("organic" or "algorithmic") search results.. Websites are ranked by search engines according to their relevance to the enquiry. Search engines such as Google use an algorithm to calculate the ranking order, with the top websites achieving the most hits, and therefore getting the most business. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) - This is an international community, led by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, which seeks to protect the long term growth of the Web by developing operating guidelines and protocols in order to maintain standards. Whatever new technologies are developed, the aim is to ensure interoperability across the Web.
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Website Design Glossary Adobe Flash - This is a multimedia system that is accessed via a web browser such as Internet Explorer. Flash allows the user to access web content and stream it, particularly video and animation, on sites such as YouTube. Responsive Web Design (RWD) - RWD is a concept which allows websites to be accessed by different devices: from PC or laptop, to tablet or mobile as required, without the need to re-size or alter screen resolution for optimal viewing. Web Content Management System (WCMS or CMS) - WCMS is a computer application that controls, changes and reassembles the information and content on a web page using a flexible programming language such as XML (Extensive Markup Language) or .NET. Ecommerce - This is the buying and selling of goods using the internet or other electronic means, allowing customers to obtain goods at any time of the day or night, through secure electronic funds transfer. Domain Name - A domain name is the equivalent of a telephone number which is assigned to a particular person or organisation. The Domain Name System (DNS) allocates the name and country identifier in a similar way to the international telephone network. File Transfer Protocol (FTP) - This is used to transfer files between computers via the internet or through a network such as the Intranet, an internal internet system often used by universities and other institutions to communicate within that particular community privately. HTML - HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language, a set of codes or symbols contained within a file displayed on a browser page. HTML is used by major browsers, such as Internet Explorer, with the symbols marking up the file content to indicate to the browser how to display the text and images for reading by the computer user. Meta Tags - These are a form of tag used as part of the HTML coding to provide information about the web page, such as who created the page, what the page is about, how often it is updated, and the keywords used on the page which then enable search engines to construct indices for ranking purposes. Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) - SEO is the process of improving the volume and quality of traffic to a web site from search engines via "natural" ("organic" or "algorithmic") search results.. Websites are ranked by search engines according to their relevance to the enquiry. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) - This is an international community, led by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, which seeks to protect the long term growth of the Web by developing operating guidelines and protocols in order to maintain standards.
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