Web2.0 refers to the new generation of web based services and
communities characterised by participation, collaboration and
sharing of information among users online.
A weblog, or blog is an online journal. Weblogs are typically made
up of posts, images, videos, comments and links. Popular blogging
platforms include: Blogger, Wordpress, Typepad, LiveJournal and
Software installed on a computer to allow users to view web pages.
Popular web browsers include Microsoft Internet Explorer, Firefox,
Safari and Opera.
Also known as a 'web robot' or 'web spider', it is a program or
automated script which browses the World Wide Web in a methodical,
Web standards are widely adopted guidelines for CSS, HTML, and
XHTML etc. Web standards ensure web sites are accessible on a
variety of platforms and to a large range of users.
SEO techniques, which conform to best practice guidelines, and do
not attempt to manipulate or trick search engine results.
White Hat SEO
Optimizing a website using only techniques outlined in search engine
Small applications used on web pages to provide specific functions
such as a hit counter or IP address display. These programs can make
good link bait.
An open source web publishing system or content management system
created primarily as blogging software.