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Site Map (See also Sitemap)

A Site map is a visitor-friendly page listing hyperlinked page titles of the entire website. It is different from an XML Sitemap.

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Noindex

Noindex code is used to tell a search engine bot to not index the page, so it cannot be found in searches.

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Nofollow

Nofollow tells search engine bots to not relate an internal page to pages that link out of the internal page.

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Redirect

A redirect is a code provided to indicate to a search engine and browser what page to load if there is new, more relevant, or updated content.

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Robots.txt

Robots.txt is a text file created to instruct search engine bots how to crawl a site and index pages.

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Internet Protocol (IP) Address

A unique string of numbers separated by periods that identifies each computer or device using the Internet Protocol to communicate over a network.

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Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)

A protocol to enable encrypted communications across the internet. It provides privacy, authentication, and message integrity. A URL that begins with https is a clue that an SSL connection is being used on the website.

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WYSIWYG

Short for “What You See Is What You Get” and refers to HTML editors, often used in a CMS, that displays text and images as they appear on your site, with colors, fonts, styling, etc.

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Precautionary Pages

Disclaimer and Privacy Policy pages

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Microsite

A website, distinct and separate from an organization’s main site, that delivers more focused, relevant content about a specific topic or to a targeted audience, or even just requiring a defined action.

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