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  1. Website: A collection of web pages that are accessed through a specific domain name or URL.
  2. Domain: A unique name that identifies a website on the internet, such as “”. It is purchased and registered through domain registrars.
  3. Hosting: The service of storing and making websites accessible on the internet. Hosting providers offer server space and resources to host websites.
  4. HTML: HyperText Markup Language. It is the standard language used to create web pages and define their structure and content.
  5. CSS: Cascading Style Sheets. A language used to describe the visual presentation of a web page, including layout, colours, fonts, and more.
  6. Responsive Design: Designing websites to adapt and display properly on different devices and screen sizes, such as desktops, tablets, and mobile phones.
  7. UX Design: User Experience Design. The process of enhancing user satisfaction by improving the usability, accessibility, and interaction of a website.
  8. UI Design: User Interface Design. The visual design of the user interface elements on a website, including buttons, menus, forms, and other interactive components.
  9. CMS: Content Management System. A software or platform that allows users to create, manage, and modify digital content on a website without requiring technical expertise.
  10. E-commerce: Electronic Commerce. The buying and selling of goods and services over the internet. E-commerce websites facilitate online transactions.
  11. SEO: Search Engine Optimisation. The practice of improving a website’s visibility in search engine results by optimising its content, structure, and other factors.
  12. Keywords: Specific words or phrases that represent the main topics or themes of a web page. They are used in SEO to improve search engine rankings.
  13. SSL: Secure Sockets Layer. A security protocol that encrypts data transmitted between a website and its users, ensuring secure communication and protecting sensitive information.
  14. Analytics: The measurement, collection, and analysis of website data to gain insights into user behaviour, traffic sources, conversion rates, and other metrics.
  15. Blog: A regularly updated online journal or informational website, usually presented in reverse chronological order. Blogs often allow readers to comment on posts.
  16. Social Media: Online platforms and websites that enable users to create and share content, interact with others, and participate in social networking activities.
  17. Viral: Refers to content that spreads rapidly and extensively across the internet, typically through social media sharing, generating a significant amount of attention.
  18. Chatbot: An artificial intelligence program designed to simulate human conversation. Chatbots can provide automated responses and assist users with inquiries.
  19. API: Application Programming Interface. A set of rules and protocols that allows different software applications to communicate and interact with each other.
  20. Plugin: A software component that adds specific features or functionality to a website or a web browser. Plugins extend the capabilities of a website or enhance the user experience.