Web Development

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XML Sitemap:
An XML file submitted to Search Engines (Such as google/yahoo) by developers in order to facilitate and optimize the web-crawling process done by the Search Engines, for the benefit of both the developer and Search Engine. These do not include any 303 redirects or 404 error pages.

These are analyzed by web-crawlers. “alt” in alt tags means Alternative Text.

The end piece of the URL.

Keyword: Words spread across an HTML file that specify the main purpose of a page. These keywords are ranked by a Search Engine.

Free Traffic: Traffic of your webpage received as a result of a good SEO implementation.

Target Keywords: Main Keywords that you want your webpage to use in order to have the best possible SEO, used by Search Engines.

Plagarism: Do not plagirize. Google will know, and you will get penalized by Search Engines if they spot some dort of plagiarism.

Key Word Stuffing: I you include your target keywords too much in your webpage content, Search Engines can detect this and will penalize you SEO as a result.

Link Rot:
Dead Dangling links. You want to get rid of these ASAP.

Lead Page: The lead page redirects the user to another page with an offer, after the user has signed up in a form in the lead page.
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A reader sends a URL that causes the AOLserver to use CGI to run a program. The AOLserver passes input from the reader to the program and output from the program back to the reader. CGI acts as a “gateway” between the AOLserver and the program you write.
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