Terminoloji / web tasarım

Terimler

Browser

Web sayfasılarının görüntülenmesi için kullanılan yazılım. Web sayfalarında her şey koddan ibarettir. Tarayıcı (Browser) kodu çözüp yorumlayıp kullanıcının anlayacağı bir düzene oturtur.

Slider / Carousel

Web sitelerinde çoklu slayt gösterimi için kullanılan bileşenin adı.

Comp / Mock up

Web sitesi veya uygulama tasarımın temsili bir örneği veya ön izlemesi.

Address Bar

The white bar towards the top of your computer screen. It will normally
have something typed in it that starts with “http://” This is where you type in the address of
a website that you want to visit.

Cache

Önbellek. Yürütülen işlem ile ilgili dosyalar, ihtiyaç duyulduğu zaman tekrar işlenebilmek için geçici saklandığı yere verilen isim. Hesaplamada, önbellek, veri deoplayan donanım veya yazılım bileşeni.

Call to Action / CTA

Specific text, image, banner or button that uses persuasive,
action-oriented words that urges a visitor on a website to act. CTAs are designed to move
a visitor from one page to the next and persuade them to take an expected, predetermined
action. (e.g. Download a Whitepaper, Register for a Webinar, Contact Us, Learn More,
etc.).

Code

Nothing that you see on the internet is what it appears to be. Everything is coded in
one way or another to achieve the exact look, layout and functions. There are different
types of code and coding languages that are used to develop websites as well as all
computer programs and software.

İçerik Yönetim Sistemi – CMS / Content Management System

Also known as a CMS, the content management
system is a back-end tool for managing a site’s content that separates the content from
the design and functionality of the website. Using a cms can make it easier to change the
design of a site independent of the site’s content or pages.
A content management system can also make it easier for pages and images to be added
to the website for people who aren’t programmers, saving on the cost of hiring a
programmer because you can add/edit/delete content yourself

Cookie

A small piece of information that certain websites store on your computer when
you visit them. Cookies are normally harmless and the reasons for using them vary.
Sometimes it is to make sure that their website loads quickly when you next visit, by
drawing the saved information from your own computer rather than from the website itself.
Another use is to track visitors to see how often they come, what they do when they come
and other information to help with marketing. Cookies are also used to track visits from
other websites, especially when the site you are visiting is paying the other site for
advertising space or needs to pay a referral fee to the originating website. A cookie can
also be used to check when you last visited and, if any changes since then, to force your
browser to refresh so that you see the latest information. The downside of cookies is that
after you have visited a lot of sites with a lot of graphics, your computer will begin to get
bogged down with all of this in its memory. It’s therefore a good idea to regularly clear the
cookies from your computer.

Drop Down

A drop-down can be one of two elements: A drop-down menu is a
navigational menu that has sub-menus or categories below it. When clicked on, the sub
menus “drop down” and are then visible to the user. A drop-down field is found within a
form on a website. It acts similar to a drop-down menu, but it requires the user to choose
an option from multiple choices.