Acronym »» tags: acronym ««
Acronym is a word formed from the initial letters of a name.
Address Bar »» tags: address ««
The address bar is the part of your browser where you type a web address ( or called URL) and hit ENTER to go to a website.
Anchor »» tags: anchor link ««
Special tag in a page that allows to navigate throughout the page via internal links.
Backlinks »» tags: backlinks ««
This is a list of Wiki-Pages which contains "internal (!) links" to the actual shown page in the browser-window.
This is a back-reference in the database - where on all listed files the actual page is referenced in an internal link.
Category »» tags: category page private url view ««
A category (in a wiki often called namespace) is under normal circumstances known as the first part of the page name - the partial name before the colon (:) in the page name. You will see this page name in the adress bar as the last part of the URL. This is NOT PART of the page title!
A page name without such colon in its name belongs in wikidot.com to the "_default" category.
Database »» tags: database ««
A database is a collection of data , readable ( if possible parallel) by users (visitors) and (sometimes) updateable. Possible on Wikidot - look at our Community-playground
Data_Forms »» tags: data_forms ««
Wikidot data forms make it possible to build simple applications into your wikidot sites. A normal wiki page holds unstructured text. A wiki page with a data form holds structured data ("fields"). Structured data is easier to edit, to understand, and to work with in many cases.
Google Chrome »» tags: ««
Google Chrome is an open-source web browser developed by Google.
Infobox »» tags: infobox ««
A wikidot Infobox is a combined use of a template at page creation with an included preformatted infobox which is filled dynamically by passing parameters, such as lastname, firstname, etc.
IP Address »» tags: address ip ««
A user's IP address is a unique number that identifies the user's computer on the internet.
Modules »» tags: modules ««
are the additional pieces you can plug into your pages: modules are built-in applications that you can place anywhere on your pages.
Overclouding »» tags: cloud tag ««
Tags are now a common and useful web2.0 feature. Do not overcloud !
Private-Category »» tags: category private public ««
With the changelog of 2010-02-02 there is now a "View" - row available in the "Permissions" of the site admin available (only for "NON _default" categories !).
And the "landing" page for visitors without the "View allowance" is called "category:_public".
RGB »» tags: color rgb ««
Red Green Blue are the primary colors to be added to display any other color.
span »» tags: div html span ««
The HTML <span> tag is used to group inline-elements in a document.
It is used to group inline-elements to format them with styles.
Template »» tags: page template ««
A Wikidot template page is either a predefined model for easy and quick creation of pages which will have the same format and - in the case of live template - a way to apply a common layout to a specific category of pages.
Url »» tags: address url ««
Uniform Resource Locator is the short generic name of all the web adresses we can use in the address bar.
Also Universal Resource Locator.
Watching »» tags: watching ««
Watching system over changes & Threads works with "notifications" on the "activity center" on your account and/or per e-mail - setup on Watching on a site , category - or page basis.
Widget »» tags: gadget widget ««
widg.et - n. a portable chunk of the web. pl. widgets.
Mini-application that can be embedded into a wikidot page with the [[embed]]...[[/embed]] tags.