||Usually the internet web browser. Examples
are Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator, Mozilla,
||A measure of the amount of information that is being
given out to web browsers by the web server. The more users that visit
your site the more traffic this will generate. Also the more elaborate
your web page and the more pictures that it contains, the more the
||The process of sending your completed web pages to the
web server ready for users to see them.
||Common name for a "Client". See above.
||A dedicated computer usually owned and operated by a
Internet Service Provider (ISP) or a web hosting company. These computers
will feed the information requested by people browsing your web pages
to them. Frequently these servers are maintained round the clock in
a secure facility so that you can have a fair degree of confidence
that your web pages will remain visible at all times.
||The person responsible for maintaining the content of
a web site