Adware describes programs that contain advertisements, for example banners. This is often used to finance development costs. In general, Adware has a poor reputation because some programs do not adequately mention the presence of advertising or are too intrusive. Adware modules that constantly download new advertising data can also create user profiles by monitoring user activity on the PC and thus endanger your data privacy.
Alignment is the setting of text or image placement relative to a page, column, or table cell.
Alt Tag
A tag that provides alternative text for the visually impaired
Anchor Tag
An invisible HTML marker or target that allows a link to go to a specific page instead of the top of the page.
A Blog (contraction of ‘weblog’) is a type of website which includes entries of commentary, events, instructions, pictures, videos. Entries are typically displayed in reverse chronological order. Blog can also be a verb, meaning to maintain or add content to a blog.
A program (software) that is used to access the Internet (i.e., Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, etc.).
Outer edge of a table, cell or image.
Brightness represents how bright the current color is in percentage. This value can be from 0 to 100.
Is used to decide whether a program or online service is being operated by a human or machine user. The most common form of Captchas are randomly generated images containing codes that are to be manually entered. A machine cannot decode the intentionally distorted letters and numbers. This ensures that (e.g.) a program cannot be switched off by another program or a Bot.
Case Sensitive
When an operation is case sensitive it makes a distinction between two names that don't have the same case. For instance, the names bill and Bill will be considered different in case sensitive system.
Cell Padding
The amount of space between the cell wall and the content in the cell
Cell Spacing
The amount of space between cells.
Cell Properties
The properties for an individual cell within a table
Windows program that holds text that has been cut or copied for another program. Cutting or copying to the Clipboard overwrites any previous content.
Control C
A keyboard shortcut that will copy text (‘Ctrl + C’)
Control P
A keyboard shortcut that will print (‘Ctrl + P’)
Control V
A keyboard shortcut that will paste text (‘Ctrl + V’)
This is a small snippet of information sent from a web server to a user's browser, which then stores it. On subsequent access to the same web server this server can then read back this information snippet and use it to "recognize" the user. This method is ideally suited to recording user profiles (what was clicked?).
A common text file format that contains comma-separated values (CSV).
Dialog Box
A popup box containing important or relative information to what is currently happening or something that has been clicked on.
Drop Shadow
A drop-shadow is the shading effect used to give the appearance of raised type or graphics on the designed page.
Easy Table
Select of configured table selections to enter information
Synopsis of the Blog article will be displayed when a person is looking at a "news" reader.
Email Marketing to the Masses
Mass email marketing program.   You create one message.  Upload a list of 100's or 1,000's of email addresses.   The software will merge the two items and individually address email email message.
Web Site content management editor that includes web software applications to provide interactivity.
A series of network security measures that establish and monitor restricted access to a network of servers.
The style of text. Fonts rely on a font file located somewhere on the computer.
A collection of images used in a showcase.
Graphic Interchange Format. Image format type generated specifically for computer use. The resolution is usually very low (72 dpi or that of your computer screen), making it undesirable for printing purposes. Animated gifs are supported in eWebSplash; must check ‘Do Not Modify’ in image properties.
Home Page Default
When you first start using iEditWeb, the web site page labeled ‘Home Page’ is your default home page. This means that when viewers type in your web site address ( ; they will automatically be directed to the default Home page as the first page. Within iEditWeb, any web site page can now become your Home Page Default. Home Page Icon
HTML – Hypertext Markup Language
Stands for Hyper Text Markup Language, the standard set of formatting codes which are inserted into a text file to be published on the World Wide Web. These codes affect how the text in the file will be displayed when viewed over the Internet by people using Mosaic and other World Wide Web browsers. It also tells the web browser where to find other resources (such as images) displayed within the page or which have been hotlinked to it
HTTP - Hypertext Transfer Protocol
Stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol, the standard method of transferring information on the World Wide Web.
HTTPS – Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure
Stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure, the standard method of securely transferring information using SSL over the World Wide Web.
Hue represents the position of the base color on the color wheel in degrees. This value can be from 0 to 360.
Link to another web site address, email address or a web site page within a web site.
Image Quality
degradation (typically, compared to an ideal or perfect image). Imaging systems may introduce some amounts of distortion or artifacts in the signal, so the quality assessment is an important problem.
Natural numbers (1,2.3…) and their negatives (-1, -2, -3….). they are numbers that can be written without a fraction or decimal component.

 jpg or jpeg
Stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group. It is widely used on the Internet for the display of photographs/images.
Keyword / Phrase
The word or words that relate to a particular topic Keywords or phrases are used to construct a search statement to find information at the Search Engines (i.e., Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc.
Modeless Dialog Box
This is a dialog box that can remain active while doing operations in the main application. 
Mpg4 or mpeg4
Video file type.
Distance from the edge (offset)
The degree of a color or tonal value. The opacity of an image or object can range from transparent (0% opacity) to opaque (100% opacity). The ability to edit the opacity of specific objects allows the designer to create images that seem to flow into and through one another.
Password-Protected Pages
Page(s) accessible by a password in order to view.
PDF – Portable Document Format
An electronic document that must be read with Adobe Acrobat computer program.
A ratio of a whole in hundredths.
Attackers use forged websites to obtain secret passwords. The term comes from "Password Fishing". The Internet addresses are disguised so that they are almost identical to the originals. This mainly affects online banking access.
One of the small elements that make up an image on a monitor screen (similar to a pica used in printing). There are 72 dots per inch on a monitor screen.

Although a pixel can be measured as the diameter of the microscopic point on a screen which emits (or reflects) light, the term is not typically used for measurement. Unlike inches, Centimeter, Miles or Kilometers, "Pixel" is intended to convey the abstract location of a point. Think of "pixel" more as a point on a map or map coorditate. If you point to street intersection on a city map, your intention is not to measure the width of the street at that point but rather to convey a location. The actual pin-point of the intersection is infinitely small and of no value to someone giving or receiving driving directions.

So it is with Pixels. We're less interested in the size of a point of light than we are in how many such points there are on a device, how they are arranged and how well they can render a photo or some text for us to look at.
Portable Network Graphics. A compressed image file format similar to jpg.
Promotion Code
A promotional code, also known as a coupon code, is a code that is associated with a marketing discount. For example, a retailer might tell frequent customers to enter the promotion code “TJH39R’ to receive a 10% discount on their whole order. One or more unique promotion codes (may be numbers or strings) are associated with the discount. Promotion codes act as an eligibility requirement for the discount. When shopping, if the user enters a promotion code, the corresponding discount is looked up and applied if all the conditions of the discount are met.
Radius of curvature is a term characterizing the measure of how curved, or bent, a given curve or surface is.
Web colors are often represented as a Hexadecimal value. You can put a RGB Hex value in this box.
Real-time Credit Card Processing
When a credit card purchase is ‘authorized’ while a shopper is online. If the credit card is declined, the shopper has another opportunity to enter in another credit card number to be authorized.
A territory or state, as ruled by a specific power. In the case of the web editor, it's a group of usernames and passwords that can be associated with pages of a web site to control who has access to those pages.
Really Simple Syndication. A newsfeed technology that standardizes the publication of regularly updated Web works, such blogs. Podcasts, and news articles.
Saturation represents the intensity of the current color in percentage. This value can be from 0 to 100.
Search Engine
Internet search engines (e.g., Google, AltaVista, etc.) helps users find web sites/pages on a given subject. The search engines maintain databases of web sites and use programs (often referred to as ‘spiders’ or ‘robots’) to collect information, which is then indexed by the search engine. Similar services are provided by ‘directories’ which maintain ordered lists of web site (e.g., Yahoo).
The SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) Protocol is a protocol developed by Netscape Communications which provides secure communications between the server and client, preventing others from capturing or viewing the data being exchanged. Netscape has extensive information on SSL Protocol
Style A style is a set of formatting characteristics, such as font name, size, color, paragraph alignment and spacing.
 Sub-Level Web Pages
 Web page under a main page.
Table Properties
The properties for the entire table
Columns and rows that are used for formatting content on a page.
A small version of an image
Time Zone
Any of the 24 regions of the globe (loosely divided by longitude) throughout which the same standard time zone is used.
Tracking Image
A tracking image is an image with a unique name placed into a web site and referenced with an absolute URL in an email message. When the image is referenced it runs some software to log that has accessed the image. The image is referenced automatically by the email client when the user chooses to download images.
A transaction is considered by most credit card processors to take place when a request for authorization or capture is passed though to them. Therefore, each authorization request and each capture request is a separate transaction. However, you should check with your credit card processor to demine their specific definition of a ‘transaction’.
If the design has a watermark and you wish to have it see through your table, check the Transparent box (you cannot have shading to see watermark.)
URL – Uniform Resource Locator
The web address that you type into your browser
Electronic medium for the recording, copying and broadcasting of moving visual images.
Video Dimensions (common formats)
16:9 format
4:3 format
1920 x 1080 (1080p)
1280 x 720 (720p)
960 x 540
720 x 405
640 x 360
560 x 315
480 x 270
400 x 225
320 x 180
240 x 135
160 x 90
80 x 45
640 x 480
560 x 420
480 x 360
400 x 300
320 x 240
240 x 180
160 x 120
120 x 90
100 x 75
80 x 60
60 x45

The darkening of the corners of a photograph
Web Safe Colors
A color table containing only 216 out of a possible 256 colors, used to accurately match the colors of graphics and pictures in cross-platform Web browsers.