Transfer rate: amount of data of input and output to the server permitted per month, apply visits to pages and webs, loading and unloading of FTP files and emails incoming and outgoing hyperlink: O link communications. It is a connection from one page to another destination such as, for example, another page or a different location on the same page. Download: Download information from the network. Upload: Upload information to the network. HTML: Hyper Text Markup Language, labelling of Hypertext language English: is the language used to create Web pages, a very simple language that allows to combine graphics, texts and links HTTP: English HyperText Transfer Protocol, Hypertext Transfer Protocol: is the communication protocol that uses the internet.
URL: English Uniform Resource Locator, resource locator uniform, the Internet address system. It is the character string which is assigned a unique address to each of the information resources available on the WWW. POP3 accounts: Amount of mailboxes that They provide you with the hosting account for your personal use or that of visitors to your web site. FTP: File Transfer Protocol English. Used to send and receive files from a Web site. The file transfer protocol, is a method with which you can upload or download information to and from Internet search engine: (browser) established programs that serve to locate content on the Web.
Some famous are: Google, Yahoo, Altavista. etc. Blog: Basically it is a derivation of a web site, the term blog derives from weblog, it is nothing more than a digital journal that publishes one or more people. The difference between website and blogs is that the latter allows a permanent, daily, update or how you want the holder, and is accessible to anyone although it lacks technical knowledge about the internet. There are many sites that allow you to quickly create your Blog and so take your place on the web. Blogger: Is the name that is known to the person who creates a blog and publishes articles, reviews, news, photos, videos, tutoriales.etc. blogosphere: so is the segment of the internet where the sites are blogs. Post: Defines a publication (an article) published in a blog, also called new entry. If you’re going to leave a comment on a blog, whether own or not, you are leaving a post, already you are posting. Forums: Virtual places of communication, where you can share tastes, hobbies and interests with like-minded people, or as a tool for E-Commerce, where share projects and information between partners, suppliers, employees, etc. Podcast: Podcasting is the creation of so-called mp3 or AAC sound files and video files called videocasts or VODcast. Summing up the podcast focuses only on the aspect of audio, while the vodcast combines audio and video such as television. FAQ: Means: frequently asked questions. It is a list of questions and answers on any topic in particular. (Graphics Interchange Format) Graphics Interchange GIF:Formato GIF is a standard format of image files for the network. Link:Enlace Login:identificador of a user within a system. To enter protected system usually us ask our login (username) and password (key word). User usename:Nombre. Well, as I said it is only a part of the large list of web terms, but these that I included in the list are those who more truly in your initial stage.You can copy it and print it and have them present. With the passage of time you know exactly what each one means and form an active part of your memory of surfer. Lots of luck!