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Broadest circle of users (WNK)

What does WNK mean? For homepages, the key figure broadest user group (WNK) shows how many users have visited the site within the last three months. This data also plays an important role in television, radio and print media. In these areas, this information is called the widest circle...

Tungsten alpha

What’s Wolfram Alpha? Wolfram Alpha is a semantic search engine invented by the British computer scientist Stephen Wolfram and has been continuously developed since 2005. In contrast to the web search on Google, where the user is shown concrete results, Wolfram Alpha presents the user with a compilation of...

WCAG

What are the WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines)? The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines are guidelines that are intended to promote the accessibility of content on the Internet. They are to be enforced internationally. The problem is that people with disabilities are often excluded from comprehensive Internet use, but web...

WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines)

What are the WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines)? The WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) are guidelines that are intended to serve the accessibility of content on the Internet. They are to be enforced internationally. The problem is that people with disabilities are often excluded from extensive internet use, but...

WDF*IDF

What does WDF*IDF mean? WDF*IDF is a tool that is used in the field of search engine optimization (SEO) to determine the relevance of your own web content in comparison to the content of other websites. WDF stands for “Within Document Frequency” and determines the frequency of all words...

Web Stack

The term web stack refers to a collection of software applications and tools used in the development of web-based software solutions. A functional web stack has at least an operating system, a programming or scripting language, a database system and a web server. Basically, such a stack provides everything...

Web tracking (web analytics)

Web tracking (web analytics) is the measurement, collection, analysis and reporting of data from the web in order to understand and thereby optimize web usage. It is not only a process for measuring web traffic, but also a tool for business and market research, as well as for evaluating...

Web-based training

What does Web Based Training mean? Web Based Training (WBT) is a term for E-Learning (electronically supported learning). WBT is a further development of CBT (Computer Based Training). The “Web” component was added to the CBT via CDs, videos and DVDs. Instead of just learning from the “can”, streaming...

Webalizer

What is Webalizer? Webalizer is a program for analyzing the log files of web servers. It is free software which is offered under GPL (Gnu General Public License). Its purpose is to evaluate the calls of web presences in order to be able to assess user behaviour. What does...

WebDAV

What does WebDAV mean? WebDAV is a protocol for transferring files on the network. The name is an abbreviation for Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning. It is used to connect a computer or smartphone to a cloud storage or other shares in the network. How does the transmission work?...

Webnapping

What is webnapping? Webnapping (W-Napping) is a German-language term used to describe the offer by webmasters to use third-party content on their own website. This content is and can be composed of lines of code as well as iframes. Webmasters who offer webnapping promise themselves more traffic for their...

WebP

What is WebP? WebP is an image format that uses lossy and lossless compression and is developed by Google. As a derivative of the VP8 video format it is a sister project of the WebM multimedia container format. This software is published under a BSD license. Development The format...

Webpack

What does Webpack mean? Webpack is a so-called “codebundler”, which is primarily used to merge different JavaScript files for use in the browser. Code splitting and JavaScript The NodeJS runtime environment, in the context of which JavaScript can be used on the server side, has supported the division of...

WebRank

What is WebRank? WebRank is a method patented by Yahoo in 2004 to measure the relevance and quality of an Internet presence. Each website receives a rating from 1 to 10. The higher the number, the more valuable the website is. The procedure is thus very similar to Google’s...

Webrooming

Webrooming is a specific buying behavior in which the consumer researches information about certain products or services on the World Wide Web in order to then buy them in stationary retail. In this way, the customer obtains information on current market prices in online shops or comparison portals, for...

Webspace

Web space (W-space) is the storage space provided by an Internet Service Provider (ISP) on a server operated by them. The online storage space can be used for storing the files of a website or a web application. In the context of cloud computing, W-Space is used in the...

Windows Phone

What is a Windows Phone? Windows Phone is an operating system for smartphones and tablet PCs developed by Microsoft. It was the preferred mobile operating system for Nokia smartphones and has also been used on smartphones from other manufacturers such as Samsung, Huawei and HTC. Powerful Smartphones Windows Phone...

WinSCP

What does WinSCP mean? WinSCP is an open source SFTP client software for Windows programmed in C++. Via the encrypted SSH (Secure Shell) program it allows secure access to remote servers. How does the encrypted data exchange work? The software supports the following transmission protocols: SFTP FTP SCP WebDAV...

Wireless Fidelity (Wifi)

What does Wireless Fidelity (Wifi) mean? Wireless Fidelity (WiFi) is a wireless networking standard developed by the Wireless Ethernet Compatibility Alliance. In principle, Wireless Fidelity (WiFi) can be equated with the WLAN standard as long as they operate in the two frequency ranges 2.4 and 5 GHz according to...

Wireless Markup Language (WML)

What does Wireless Markup Language (WML) mean? The term Wireless Markup Language is used to describe a markup language that was primarily developed for use in mobile websites. General information about WML Wireless Markup Language was first presented to the general public in 1998 in version 1.1. In contrast...

WML

What does Wireless Markup Language (WML) mean? The term Wireless Markup Language is used to describe a markup language that was primarily developed for use in mobile websites. WML is a subset of HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), but also includes elements that are not found in the standard HTML...

Word of mouth marketing

What does World of Mouth Marketing mean? Word of Mouth Marketing is a term used in the field of online marketing for the viral distribution of advertising messages. By loading the video, you agree to YouTube’s privacy policy.Learn more Load video Always unblock YouTube Definition Word of Mouth is...

WordPress

What is WordPress? WordPress is a so called Content Management System (CMS), with which a website can be created and managed directly in the web browser. The Content Management System is characterized by a high degree of user-friendliness and adaptability. The installation of the system is largely automated, so...