I’ve prepared a glossary of terms and acronyms that could help you be more aware of the important aspects of your website and ease the communication with your developer during projects.
Do you manage your own website. A glossary of terms and acronyms could help you be more aware of the important aspects of your website. An explanation may provide insight that helps with decision making and give a better appreciation of the importance, relevance or functioning detail of certain aspects.
Prospective website owners who can effectively communicate with their web developer are more likely to achieve better outcomes with a project to build a new website. The same goes for owners of an existing website needing repair or improvement.
I’ve broken the list into the topics that might make it easier if you have specific gaps in your understanding and only need to focus on a particular area.
The Glossary for Website Owners will cover 7 important topics as listed below. Each topic will be released as a post in our blog over the weeks to follow:
- Security and privacy
- Background processes
- Service providers
- Content and maintenance
- Business email
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