Refer to keywords in the source code that give information to the search engines about the page.
Refers to the service that provides access to a lot of information about domain names.
Refers to an image format designed to create files that are smaller for the same quality.
Refers to a file format capable of making audio and video files considerably smaller.
Refers to an encrypted connection over the Internet from a device to a network.
Refers to pieces of code that allow traffic-related information to be displayed and analyzed.
Refers to the robots.txt command for giving permissions to bots visiting a website.
Refers to unique web addresses that provide access to a resource on the Internet.
Refers to the time between the browser requesting a page and when it receives the first byte of information from the server.
Refer to hyperlinks beneath the main URL that appear under search results pages.
Refers to the technique by which the request is processed by the server and the output is passed to the browser.
Refers to web pages served to users when they search for something online using a search engine.
Refer to rich fields that contain page-related information other than title, description, and URL on result pages.
Refers to pop-up windows that users encounter when they visit a page.
It occurs when a user performs a search, clicks on a result, and very quickly clicks back to the search result page.
Subfolder refers to a folder on a computer that is located within another folder while a path refers to links formed by the ordering of folders.
A Google tool that provides information about page opening speeds and user experience metrics.
Refers to a technique for examining the relationship between content and keywords used which user searches.
Links that allow users to flow through seemingly long and complex website pages.
A popular software language that adds functionality, interaction, and dynamism to the page.
Refers to unique sequences of numbers assigned by service providers for devices connected to the Internet to communicate.
Index refers to the archive of web pages created for users by Google.
A text markup language that enables the creation and editing of web pages and their components.
Refers to the service for enabling users to access a website.
Refers to the software developed by Google to create a searchable index and crawl the web.
An Internet protocol that allows the exchange of files between two online computers.
The metric representing the time it takes for a page's primary content to appear on the screen.
Refers to the metric that represents how quickly a response is given when an action is requested after the page is loaded.
Short snippets of text that appear at the top of Google's search results in order to quickly answer a searcher's query.
Refers to the point at which the first pixel renders on a screen after a user navigates to a web page.
Refers to the code for web pages that are to be crawled and indexed.
Refers to connecting to the Internet via a proxy server.
Refers to the time frame from entering a web page to the loading of the content.
Refers to the process of combining multiple images and retrieving over a single image file.
A markup language that helps visually shape the elements of a web page.
Refers to a specific set of steps that must be completed before any page content can be shown to a visitor.
The term crawl depth refers to how many pages a search engine's bot will access and index on a site.
CMS refers to systems where content can be managed, edited or various updates can be made.
Refers to the technique by which search engine bots are directed to a specially prepared page.
Refers to the technique by which the HTML file is processed by the browser and the content is rendered by the browser.
Breadcrumbs are a navigation aid that helps users easily understand the relation between their location on a page and higher-level pages.
AMP helps mobile pages load faster by keeping them in Google's cache.
Refers to the process of converting an image file in such a way that it consumes less space.
Refers to the process of combining and compressing similar indexes, repeated texts, and spaces in a source file.
Refers to the process of optimizing and resizing images in order to increase the loading speed of pages.
Refer to tags that provide information about the hierarchy of content on a web page.
Refers to tags for specifying the language and geographical targeting of a webpage.
Refers to configuration files that allow restrictions and arrangements on a server.
Sitemaps specially designed for users are called HTML sitemaps.
Sitemaps that list URLs containing visual content.
Indexing refers to allowing bots crawling and indexing a webpage.
Domain age represents how long it has been since the domain was first registered.
Refer to domains formed out of words with a dictionary meaning that have no suffix.
Refers to the rating that represents how powerful and authoritative a domain is.
Refers to the practice of delaying the load of an object on a page until the point at which it is needed.
Addresses that allow Internet users to access websites are called domains.
Refers to files in which the transactions and movements of users are recorded on a daily basis.
A command used for web pages that are not to be crawled and indexed by bots.
Refers to a tag that provides information to users about the relevant web page on the results pages.
Refers to sitemaps where webpages with news content are listed.
Refers to tags for pages that are not to be indexed by bots.
Refer to tags that allow linking between sequential pages and provide navigation.
Crawling refers to the process whereby bots systematically browse through a website.
Small text files saved on users' devices by websites are called cookies.
Refers to rules and standards for how communication between the browser and the server takes place.
Refers to the network technology that enables data to be transmitted over servers in certain locations.
A self-referencing canonical tag ensures that multiple versions of the page don't get indexed separately.
Refers to text files that contain access permissions to websites for bots.
It is a type of memory that allows users to engage with the relevant web page faster on their next visit.
Refers to markups used to help bots better understand the content on pages.
A phrase or a keyword combination users enter in search engines.
Refers to practices to provide faster access to websites.
Special characters and commands that extend the capabilities of regular text searches.
Refers to xml extension files that allow bots to examine the website faster and in more detail.
Refers to the Robots.txt command that shows bots the path to the sitemap.
Refers to situations when the website server sends a 200 OK status for a page, but Google thinks the page should return a 404 code.
A status code indicating that the server has reached its monthly hosting traffic limit.
Refers to a digital certificate that establishes a secure connection between websites and users.
A status code indicating a technical issue with the server.
Refers to the three-digit responses that a server gives to a browser's request.
A status code indicating that the server is either too busy to respond or under maintenance.
Refers to the number of time bots are willing to spend crawling a given site.
A status code that occurs when the server receives a negative response from a different server.
Refers to a tag that specifies the title of a web page.
A status code indicating that there is a server-related problem.
A status code indicating that the web page is not on the relevant server, definitively and permanently.
A status code indicating that the web page is not on the relevant server.
Refers to shortening long and complicated links into more manageable URLs.
A status code indicating that access is not allowed or the relevant web page is banned.
Refer to external resources not originally included in a website.
A status code indicating that the server could not process the request due to a problem with the browser.
Refers to a two-letter Internet top-level domain specifically designated for a particular country.
A status code indicating that a web page has been temporarily redirected.
A status code indicating that a web page has been permanently redirected.
Refers to a sitemap with additional information about video hosted on pages.
A status code indicating that the server has responded successfully.
Refers to web pages offering endless redirects to other pages.
Refers to cases where websites are redirected to other sites more than once.