(dōr´wā) (n.) Also referred to as a doorway page, a jump page, an entry page or a bridge page. A Web page designed specifically for the purpose of gaining high placement in a search engine��s rankings. An SEO technique, the doorway is meant to capture the attention of a search engine��s spider by containing keywords and phrases that the spider will pick up on. Often the doorway page contains hidden text in order to load the page with occurrences of a specific keyword or phrase. Doorways typically are programmed with a fast meta refresh or a redirect that brings the user to the page that the Web site actually wants the user to visit, or the doorway will have a way for the user to manually click through to the next site. Some search engines are wary of doorway pages and penalize sites that use them. For example, read Google��s opinion of doorway pages.
May also be called a gateway page.
To add elements into a semiconductor material during the manufacturing process to increase its conductivity. The impurities added are called dopants. Common dopants include arsenic, antimony, bismuth and phosphorous. The type and level of doping determines whether the semiconductor is N-type (current is conducted by excess free electrons) or P-type (current is conducted by electron […]
Slang term used to describe a blogger who plagiarizes the content of another blogger. See The History of Blogging in the Quick Reference section of
- damage over time
Abbreviated as DOT, in video and computer games, damage over time means the damage on a human or computer player character that is distributed over a period of time, usually until the character obtains help or a cure in the game level. For example, in many games, poison damage or spells can be a type […]
A Microsoft operating system platform that incorporates applications, a suite of tools and services and a change in the infrastructure of the company’s Web strategy. The .NET Framework supports building and running of next gen of applications and XML Web services. There are four main principles of .NET from the perspective of the user: It […]
- .NET Framework
A programming infrastructure created by Microsoft for building, deploying, and running applications and services that use .NET technologies, such as desktop applications and Web services. The .NET Framework contains three major parts: the Common Language Runtime the Framework Class Library ASP.NET.