Glossary

20 Jan • Glossary

What is DNS? How does DNS work?

DNS (Domain Name System) is a system that enables humans and computers to communicate easier. Humans use names, computers use numbers, and DNS comes...

By Suryadi K.

What is a Taxonomy in WordPress: Detailed Guide

“Taxonomy” sounds like a word you would only hear in science class. Well, the term does come from biology, but we’re not here to talk about...

By Herawan Dwika P.

18 Jan • Glossary

What is CDN? Content Delivery Network Explained

A content delivery network (CDN) is a group of servers set up in different locations worldwide to provide web content over a wide geographic area much...

By Suryadi K.

18 Jan • Glossary

What is localhost?

A good way to think of localhost, in computer networking, is to look at it as “this computer”. It is the default name used to establish a...

By Aldwin N.

What is WordPress Database: All You Need to Know

WordPress database is where all of the necessary website data is stored. Not just the basic information like usernames and passwords but posts, pages...

By Luqmanul M.

13 Jan • Glossary

What is CSS

CSS is what’s called a Cascading Style Sheet language, and is used to stylize elements written in a markup language such as HTML. It separates the...

By Artūras B.

What are WordPress Widgets And How to Use Them

Did you know that your WordPress sidebar and footer can extend your site’s functionality? You can actually add extra information on both parts,...

By Luqmanul M.

What are WordPress Tags and How to Use Them Correctly

WordPress tags is one of the tools you can use to group your posts, based on similar details. Usually, tags are located under a post or in the...

By Dina F.

13 Jan • Glossary

What is AJAX and How Does It Work?

AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. It is a set of web development techniques which allow web applications to work asynchronously –...

By Herawan Dwika P.