A method of creating an interactive web page.
An open source web server, it is the most commonly used server on the Internet.
See Content Management System
Content Management System (CMS)
A way of managing a web site without writing HTML code.
A private section of a web site that can only be accessed by clients, staff or other authorized users.
A private network that can only be accessed within an organization.
Web sites based on Linux, Apache, mySQL and PHP or PERL.
A free version of the UNIX operating system. © Linus Torvalds
An open source database. One of the most popular databases for use on the Internet.
Open Source Software - Software that can be copied and redistribute by the user. Many products are also free (FOSS).
Developed by Larry Wall - a computer programming language used on Internet sites.
Developed by Rasmus Lerdorf - one of the most commonly used computer programming language on Internet sites.
An operating system developed specifically for servers. It is considered the most secure and stable server operating system.
Meets standards for access by persons with disabilities.
An application that outputs the contents of a web page to be viewed on a screen or listened to on an audio system.
Making sure a web page displays the same in all commonly used browsers.
Cascading Style Sheet - An accurate way of defining only the web page layout (content is defined separately).
A method of storing information that can be added to a dynamic web page as required.
A web page where some of the content is not part of the fixed code. (see static)
A business operating on the internet.
Hyper Text Markup Language is a way of defining the layout and content of a web page.
the weighting a Google gives a page. In general, pages with a high rank are displayed first.
Search Engine Marketing, designing the web page with an emphasis on marketing as well as SEO.
Search Engine Optimization, designing the web page in a way that will increase the page rank.
Search Engine Results Page - the pages returned by a search engine. Businesses endever to be at the top of the first page.
a web page where the content is a fixed part of the code (see dynamic).
A web page where the content is a fixed part of the code (see dynamic).
the weighting a search engine Yahoo gives a page. In general, pages with a high rank are displayed first.
Ensuring a web page meets the standards set by the W3C.
International group that sets the standards for web applications.
Extensible Markup Language is a way of defining layout and data for computer applications including web browsers, databases, spread sheets and word processors.