This page will provide handy definitions of all the terms that I am going to come across in the building of the Blog Site and the writing of the Blog. Even now, I know that as I have been trawling this space in search of information, I have been confronted by many terms that I have not understood. I’m sure that I am not alone in this, and I am sure that there must be a lot of you wasting unnecessary time searching the Internet for inspiration. What I have found is that when information is presented by experts, they tend to present it like an expert. Here we are going to approach everything from first principles, if there is stuff that depends on other stuff, we’ll try and do the other stuff first. This blog is going to document the journey from “don’t know” to “know”.
This section is the repository for terminology and will be updated as new terms are encountered.
External Link: a hyperlink that points to a target on a domain other than the domain the originating link exists on. If another website links to this website, or this website links to another website, the links are considered to be external links.
Feature Phone: an enhanced mobile phone that retains the push-button and smaller screen form factor of earlier-generation phones. Feature phones are sometimes called dumbphones in contrast to the alternative touch-screen smartphones. The term ‘feature phone’ was often used to describe the high-end phones supporting additional services that were developed to take advantage of the then, new 3G networks.
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Permalink: a shortened version of the longer “permanent link”. A permalink is a user-friendly URL generally derived from the title of the associated Page or Post. It is usually generated automatically by combining the first part of the site URL with the “post slug”, “slug” or “URL Slug”, which is essentially the title of the Page or Post. In the case of this page, the first part of the Permalink URL is “https://beginner.beginner.beginner.beginner.beginner.beginner.beginner.beginner.blooger.me” and the URL Slug is “definitions-and-descriptions“. This particular configuration adds “blog-resources” to the front of the URL Slug, and so the second part of the URL becomes “blog-resources/definitions-and-descriptions“. The Permalink for this page is, therefore: https://beginner.beginner.beginner.beginner.beginner.beginner.beginner.beginner.blooger.me/blog-resources/definitions-and-descriptions.
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