The words located at the very top of a browser window between the browser software icon and the minimize, maximize and close tags. Titles are registered with search engines in the indexing process and are useful to search tools.
The visitors to a web page or web site. Also refers to the number of visitors, hits, accesses etc. over a given period.
Universal Resource Locator. An address which can specify any internet resource uniquely. The beginning of the address indicates the type of resource - e.g. http: for web pages, ftp: for file transfers, telnet: for computer login sessions or mailto: for e-mail addresses.
World Wide Web
Extensible Markup Language. A new language which promises more efficient data delivery over the web. XML does nothing itself - it must be implemented using 'parser' software or XSL.