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For the purposes of using a theme, what is generally considered to be "one website"?

I'm buying a theme for my "website". The license for the theme allows me to use the theme on one "website". Sounds easy enough, right? But what is a "website"? Domains? It sounds like a troll ...
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Is Schema.org a kind of markup ontology language? [closed]

Can I say "Schema.org is a kind of markup ontology language"?
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Wayfinder, paginator, or breadcrumb?

I can't seem to find what I need because I am not coming up with the right term. I've heard one or two people call it a "wayfinder" and I personally call it "breadcrumb", then again "paginator" can ...
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Terminology: what is the correct term to refer to a *particular* browser, OS and device combination?

We all do "browser testing" on a variety of web browsers, operating systems and devices. But what is the correct term to refer to a particular browser, OS and device combination? Or, to put it ...
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What do you call the effect when you gray out the background behind a dialog?

What do you call that effect? Looks like this
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What's the correct terminology when referring to the “home” page when logged in and logged out?

Struggling with some terminology here. Let's use Twitter as an example. If you are logged in, you have a completely different "home" page from when you are not logged in. How would you refer to each ...
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