Mon, 24th October, 2016 - 3:56 pm GMT
As a future web owner you should know some internet jargon.
Flash - A plugin that enables your browser to utilize and display animation / sound from the .swf extension.
Domain - It is a web address to distinguish your site like "yourname.com".
ISP - Internet Service Provider, usually a company that allows you to access the world wide web via telephone (dial-up), ADSL, cable or wireless connection.
Hosting - Your website has to reside somewhere, a host acts as the 'home' where your website stays. From here everyone can see it via the world wide web.
WWW - World Wide Web, a network of servers (computers) that are interconnected through ISPs (internet service providers) to provide you with what you are seeing now.
Web Designer - A person who creates visual content for users of the WWW.
Web Developer - Similar to a Web Designer but also knowledgeable of coding and server management.
Thoughts on Programming, Number 2: Some years ago, when COBOL was the great white programming hope, one heard much talk of the possibility of executives being able to read programs ... nobody can seriously have this! ... even programmers do not read programs. -The Psychology of Computer Programming, Gerald M. Weinberg
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