If you’re looking to hire a website designer or developer but not sure how to communicate and understand website technicalities then read this post.
Following are the easiest explanations of commonly used website terms or technicalities or terminology for Website owners to study and read.
- Website/Web Application: The use of the software or application for the Business.
- Website Traffic: The people visiting the website for products/services/info after searching on search engines (Google/Bing).
- Website Designer/Developer: These are skilled individuals, freelancers, and agencies who help small business owners to build a business or any kind of website.
- Website Content: Website content is text, images, videos, data, and information and functions that website visitors read, use, input, and get output and it’s all about business, products, and services.
- Website Design: It is about its appearance, looks, color, text size, icon size, logo, images, banner, and structure.
- Responsive Website: Responsive means it maintains user experiences and interfaces as per the device such as mobile, computer, laptop, and tablet. Learn more: Importance of having a Responsive Web Design for your Website
- Website Builders: Website Builder/Page Builder is a software application that is used to create a website by using drag and drop functionality. Learn more: Pros and Cons of Wix Website Builder
- CMS: CMS is a complete content management software that is installed on your domain/hosting and then you use it to create your business website by using free and paid WordPress business themes. Read more: Uses of WordPress in Websites and How does it work
- Domain: This is the name of the website. It can be the same as your offline business or shop name or business name and or it can be as per your website goals. Technically, it is the name of the website folder on your hosting server.
- Hosting Server/Name Server: Hosting is the location of the website and its data wherefrom website runs or that people can use after typing your domain name on the browser address bar or in a search engine.
We are sorry that this post was not useful for you!
Let us improve this post!
Tell us how we can improve this post?