A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
A description shown in search engine result pages about a website that is better quality than just a few lines of text.
HTTP Stands for "Hyper Text Transfer Protocol", and is the protocol that applications use to access documents/webpages/data from the world wide web.
a local copy of a file that exists elsewhere. Caching can take place in the browser, on a dedicated machine on a network, or at an ISP.
Page-Speed normally refers to the time it takes for a web-page to be presented to a browser in a "fully loaded" state.
a syntax for embedding structured data in HTML5, making use of vocabularies. If the question is about the popular vocabulary Schema.org, use the tag [schema.org].
Local Search Engine Optimization (local SEO) is a process of improving discoverability and visibility of web pages at a town, city or regional level, within location-based search functions (e.g. "resu…
A content delivery network or content distribution network (CDN) is a system of computers containing copies of data placed at various nodes of a network.
This refers to the optimisation of websites that provide content in multiple languages, or variants of languages. Common issues relate to mechanisms for directing users to content in their language, a…
a popular technique for creating interactive websites, though other technologies (e.g. JSON) are often used instead of XML.
an open-source CMS written in PHP and powered by an MVC-oriented framework. Over 6,000 extensions are available and can be installed through the admin interface. There is a Joomla StackExc…
the process of designing and implementing a website with flexibility in how it handles language, text, number formatting, and other details that differ by culture. This makes i…
a lightweight, high-performance Web server/reverse proxy and e-mail (IMAP/POP3) proxy, licensed under a BSD-like license.
a software application for retrieving, presenting, and traversing information resources on the World Wide Web.
Virtual Private Server - a term used by internet hosting services to refer to a virtual machine.
normally associated when more than 1 user is using a web host that uses the same resources to serve their web content to internet.
information that is processed, defined, or formatted based on a predetermined set of rules or guidelines. Typically the defined structure allows for streamlined use of such data bec…
A legal concept intended to protect the intellectual property rights of authors and artists by making unauthorized copying a civil or criminal offense.
the acronym for Internet Information Services, the webserver provided by Microsoft.
a free blog-publishing service owned by Google that allows private or multi-user blogs with time-stamped entries.
commonly understood as the act of asserting a user's or entity's identity, although in the wider sense it can refer to asserting the truthfulness of any kind of claim. Authentication…
a specific server that is able to use the DNS (Domain Name System) protocol to answer queries about hostnames to reply back with IP addresses, among other mappings.
should refer to creating, editing, and displaying video on electronic devices. As video capture and playback vary significantly across platforms, it would be helpful to in…
a CDN marketed as improving website performance and speed and providing security.
a web application framework developed by Microsoft to allow programmers to build dynamic web sites and web applications.
The process of moving a site or part of it from an existing virtual place to a new one.