In Web site development a deep page is a Web page within your site that takes four or more clicks to access from the home page. Deep page lowers the quality of your Web site.
- Alt tag
An HTML attribute specified in the IMG tag to provide alternate text when an image on a Web page cannot be displayed. Example: < img alt="This is the image description (ALT TAG)" src="definithing.jpg" >
- fresh content
In SEO (search engine optimization) terminology, it is content that is new or dynamic in nature and gives people a reason to visit your Web site. Many SEO experts believe that using fresh content on your Web site will help your page obtain better placement on search engine results page (SERP). Some search engines may […]
- page impression
The exact number of times a specific Web site has been accessed or viewed by a user. A page impression acts as a counter for Web pages, informing site owners how many times their sites were visited. Page impressions are also referred to as hits.
- Open Transport
A protocol that enables Macintosh computers to use AppleTalk devices and software to connect with other types of computers and networks, especially networks such as the Internet that are based on the TCP/IP protocols.
- Java applet
An applet is a small Internet-based program written in Java, a programming language for the Web, which can be downloaded by any computer. The applet is also able to run in HTML. The applet is usually embedded in an HTML page on a Web site and can be executed from within a browser.