Glossary and meanings (to be added)
URL – Universal Resource Locator
Wysiwyg – What you see is what you get, used for webpage developing programs.
Tim Berners Lee – the director and founder of the world wide web consortium.
html – Hyper Text Markup Language
css – Cascading Style Sheets
<p> Paragraph, used to space text into paragraphs on a page, (doesn’t really need it but in the interest of consistancy) ends with the closing tag </p>
<strong> Equivilent to bold text, closed with </stong>
<em> Emphasized, italics. Closed with </em>
<h1> Largest font size on a page, gets the most attention from search engine spiders.
<h6> Smallest font size on a page.
World Wide Web Consortium
Cascading Style Sheets –
Pseudo links – A web links attributes such as visited and hover http://www.w3schools.com/CSS/css_pseudo_classes.asp
Website building terms
Brief- Rough outline of how a website will look/work
Wire frame- Visual outline of a website with navigation levels.
User profile- Background information about the people who will be using your service, so it can be tailored to them.