Database Generated Website
web page created dynamically 'on-the-fly' from a database, in
contrast with a static HTML page.
website connected to a database causing web page content to be
called up or retrieved from the database and then displayed to the
A link which points to another web page which no longer exists.
Usually returns “Page Not Found” message.
A server limited to serving one website or a small collection of
websites owned by a single person. Dedicated servers tend to be more
reliable than shared (or virtual) servers.
A popular social bookmarking website.
Directories and search engines provide a short description near each
listing which aims to add context to the title.
A social news site where users vote on which stories get the most
exposure and become the most popular.
Human edited website where editors sort submitted websites into
categories. DMOZ and Yahoo are examples. Editors may edit
descriptions that are submitted to them.
(Domain Name Server or Domain Name System)
A naming mechanism used to help resolve a domain name / host name to
a specific TCP/IP Address.
Doorway Page (bridge
page" or a "gateway page”)
A web page that is designed specifically to attract traffic from a
search engine. A doorway page redirects users (but not spiders) to
Doorway pages are
considered to be search engine spam by the search engines.
Content which is similar or identical to that found on another
domain or webpage can cause mistrust from visitors and search. The
more original content is the better.