SEO Glossary – W
Launched in January 2001, by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger, Wikipedia is now the largest and fastest growing encyclopedia online.
WordPress is an Open Source project, which means there are hundreds of people all over the world working on it. It also means you are free to use it for anything without paying anyone a license fee.
A weblog, or blog is an online journal.
It is the software application through which the user communicates with the Web Server, remotely placed.Whenever a user wants to communicate his/her query to the Web Server,
Web Browser acts as a intermediary bridge that does this task.User simply types the query in the web browser,it converts it into corresponding HTML format,sends this HTML query to the Web Server,which further processes the query and revert back the result to the web browser.Web browser then converts the processed result in the format understandable to the user.And finally the user gets his query done.This is how a web browser works.
Also known as a bot, robot, or crawler. Spiders are computers used by a search engine to periodically explore your web site, download the HTML content (not including graphics) of your pages, strip out whatever it considers superfluous and redundant out of the HTML, and store the rest in a database (i.e. it’s index).
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