Secure version of the HTTP protocol
The code a URL returns that indicates whether the page is live or specifies the type of issue if not.
The main protocol for the web
the latest version of HTML markup used across the World Wide Web. This covers more updated multimedia support and increases readability for users and bots from previous versions.
a banner ad using HTML elements, often including interactive forms instead of (or in addition to) standard graphical elements.
Stands for Hypertext Markup Language and is the standard language for websites.
Set across multiple TLDs to indicate to search engines that each is a foreign language and/or internationally targeted version of the same site.
Self-promotional ad a company runs on their own site/network to use unsold inventory.
A label attached to a host on the Internet, allowing an individual server to be identified. For example, www.koozai.com is a hostname, whereas koozai.com by itself is a domain name.
A data visualisation of a webpage or email which indicates users’ behaviour through ‘hot spots’ and ‘cold spots’. IE where people have interacted with a page, or not.
The code a URL returns that indicates whether the page is live or specifies the type of issue if not. E.G: 200, 404, 500
A hashtag symbol is used on social media indicating a post’s theme, topic, or related topics. A post including a dress might have hashtags such as #fashion #outfit #outfitoftheday. Initially made popular on Twitter but are now used across most social media channels.