A slang term used to describe a special contract between an ISP and a customer whereby the ISP will permit that customer to send unsolicited email (spam) or setup a spam-like website.
Short for European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics, it is the European host of the W3C, an international consortium of companies involved with the Internet and the Web. ERCIM was founded in 1989 by INRIA, GMD (now merged with Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Germany), and CWI (Centrum voor Wiskunde en Informatica, The Netherlands), to build a European […]
Short for byte order mark, BOM is the character code (such as U+FEFF) at the beginning of a data stream that is used to define the byte order and encoding form. BOM is most commonly associated with plaintext files where it is not known if the file is in big or little endian format. BOM […]
- deep pages
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 […]