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Here is the third part of web 2.0 from A to Z with the letters: D – E – F.

Remember the first 2 parts:

  • A
  • B C

Web 2.0

Display:

Term referring to the purchase of advertising space on web sites.

Deadlink:

Or dead link, broken link. This is a hyperlink to a web document that there is more (404 pages).

DNS:

Means Domain Name System or domain name system. It is a service allowing to establish a correspondence between the IP address of a server or are the files of a website and a domain name.

Dooced:

It is a term used to refer to a lay-off caused by a post on social networks or on a blog.

DARPA:

It is the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, i.e. the Agency of the Department of defense of the USA responsible for research and development of new technologies for military use.

DM:

Mean Direct Message.  It is a private Twitter message.

DM fail:

It is a message that should be private but a user publishes inadvertently to all of its subscribers.

E-mailing: mailing

Or email marketing, commercial e-mail. It is a type of campaign of email bundled with many Internet users and promoting a brand, a service or a product.

Ergonomics:

In the case of web sites, these are practices layout to what a website effectively meet the expectations of its users and to provide a comfort of navigation: reading facilitated by an airy layout and well hierarchical information, clear and quick access to the information requested by easy navigation of use.

E-commerce:

Or e-commerce, online sales. It is a sale made remotely through the internet and mobile networks.

Easter egg:

Or Easter egg. In the computer world, these are parts of the program / page… used.

E marketing:

Or Web marketing, netmarketing. It is a discipline aimed at:

  1. Optimize the visibility and the traffic of a website
  2. Convert visitors into customer or user
  3. If necessary, keep coming them.

E reputation: 

Or web reputation or even reputation online. This is the image that Internet users are a business, a brand or a person based on the traces that it could leave on the web.

ENT:

Mean digital working environment. This means a global device providing a user an access point through networks to all digital services in connection with its activities and resources.

Embed:

It is a tag generally associated with the tag HTML <object>.</object>

E CRM:

This means Electronic Customer Relationship Management. It is the management of the customer relationship through electronic channels.

Edge rank:

Is Facebook algorithm that makes sorting automatically among the activities posted by his friends and those published by the pages that you like. It is based on three ingredients: affinity between content and the user, the weight of the post that depends on its typology (photo, link, etc.) and finally the frequency of posts.

Exact Match Domain (MDT):

It is a domain name that contains the key words of his favorite query.

Flash:

It is a technology developed by Macromedia bought then by the Adobe Corporation. It allows to create animations, 3D effects, interactive web sites or even objects of comprehensive sites.

Ariadne’s thread:

It is a kind of GPS of the internet including indicating the location of the user in a web site. English speakers call it Bread Crumb in reference to the crumbs of bread used by the thumb.

Flashcode: 

This is a 2D barcode allowing access via a dedicated application and taking this photo code to multimedia content (video, photos, music, information…) from a mobile platform.

Footer:

Or footer. It is a term designating the area placed at the bottom of page of a website, often used to place a secondary navigation, the latest articles or comments, if it is a blog.

Forum: 

It is a virtual space allowing Internet users to discuss on various topics.

Flame Warriors:

It is the bane of administrators of Facebook page or Twitter account. They represent the share of users who react impulsively to the first comment on a controversial subject. Often, they are at the center of real crisis when the administrator does not know to manage them.

FTP: FTP

Means File Transfer Protocol or file transfer protocol. It is a protocol dedicated to computer file sharing on a network. It is used to update and administer Web sites but for security reasons, it gives way gradually to secure as SSH protocols.

FireWire (or IEEE 1394):

It is a port for connecting devices with very high bitrate.

RSS feed: 

This is a file whose content is produced automatically depending on the updates of a website. RSS feeds are often used by news sites or blogs to present the titles of the latest available information online.

FLV:

Means Flash Video Format. It’s a format used on the internet to deliver video via the Adobe Flash Player so you can incorporate it into Flash animations.

FF:

Or Follow Friday. This is a Twitter-specific syntax, always preceded by a hashtag and used Friday to recommend to its subscribers of Auditors found relevant, somewhat like a dedication.

Fact – checking:

This is the verification of the facts.

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