- FTP (File Transfer Protocol) – This is basically the way web developers upload files to your web host so users can access them on the internet.
- HTML – The code that tells a browser how to display text and images on your website.
- IP Address (Internet Protocol Address) – A set of numbers assigned to a server, computer or device that are used to identify it from other devices on the internet. IP addresses look like 220.127.116.11
- PHP – A programming language that enables a website to interact with a database and perform certain functions on its back-end.
- UX (User Experience) – The actual experience a user has when visiting your website. A good user experience is one where the user can interact with the website easily and has a positive experience.
- UI (User Interface) – Also known as GUI (Graphical User Interface). The content, organization and design of your website with which a user interacts.
- Web Host – A company that runs a server where files can be stored and accessed from the internet.
- Wireframe – A graphical representation that shows the functional elements of a website. Wireframes have little to no design. They are used to plan out a good user experience before spending time designing and building a website.
- Database – A programmed data storing structure. Databases use tables and fields to make information accessible in the back-end of a website.
- DNS (Domain Name System) – Method used to assign domain names to IP Addresses. For example, typing http://18.104.22.168/ or http://google.com into your web browser will take you to the same place.
- Domain – Also known as Domain Name. The url users type into their browser’s address bar to access your website. Consists of a unique name followed by .com, .org, .net, etc.
- Back-End – Describes the code that makes up the functionality of your site. A user never sees this, but this is what makes the website work. This is usually done with a language like PHP in conjunction with databases.
- CMS (Content Management System) – A tool that lets a site owner change the content on their site without having to write code. Some popular options include WordPress, Drupal and Joomla.
- CSS – The code used to give a designed look to a website written with HTML..
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