|How much you can send through a connection. Usually measured in bits per second (bps).
|Short for 'web log' - a frequent, chronological publication of personal thoughts and Web links
|Generally refers to connections to the Internet with much greater bandwidth than you can get with a 'dial-up' modem.
|A programme (like Internet Explorer) that is used to look at various kinds of Internet resources such as web-pages.
|A piece of information that a website stores on your computer to enable it to remember something about you when next you look at that website.
|Same as spider.
|Term used to describe the whole range of information resources available through computer networks.
|The unique name that identifies an Internet site.
|Transferring data (usually a file) from another computer to the one you're using.
|Electronic Mail - messages, often text, sent from one person to another via computer.
|A technology that facilitates higly animated or interactive web pages.
|File Transfer Protocol - a common method of moving files between computers.
|The housing and electronic publishing of a website complete with e-mail and other associated internet services.
|HyperText Markup Language - the coding language used to create documents for use on the World Wide Web.
|HyperText Transfer Protocol - the standard for accessing HTML pages.
|Internet Service Provider - an organization that provides access to the Internet in some form.
|The word or words that relate to a particular topic. Keywords or phrases are used to construct search terms to find information.
|The etiquette of the Internet
|Pay Per Click - an approach to search engine marketing where website owners can bid on keywords and pay a set amount for each click.
|RSS or RSS Feed
|Stands for "Really Simple Syndication" (a.k.a. Rich Site Summary). A mechanism for promptly informing a user of pertinent news or other information.
|Search Engine Optimization - a set of methodologies aimed at improving the visibility of a website in search engine listings.
|A typically remote computer or software running on that computer that provides a service to an end-user. For example, the supply of web pages, e-mail, etc.
|Generally refers to electronic junk mail or junk newsgroup postings. Spam (or spamdexing) also refers to mechanisms of artificially boosting a website's ranking on search engines.
|Software used by a search engine to crawl all over the web and catalogue it to enable swift response to search requests.
|The act of sending media (audio or video) over the Internet to a user in such a way that it can be viewed / heard seconds after transmission commences and before the entire clip has been sent.
|Uniform Resource Locator - an address that specifies the location of a file (e.g. web page, picture, etc.) on the Internet.
|World Wide Web