Technical Glossary, Reference
There are currently 8 names in this directory beginning with the letter W.
An application used to view and interact with sites and pages on the World Wide Web, such as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Opera.
A person or company that develops internet software applications, or that creates and maintains websites.
The top-most directory of your website (namely,
www), inside which all of the files and subdirectories for your website reside. Also known as the document root.
A program, such as Apache or LiteSpeed, which receives requests from clients (web browsers), retrieves the requested web pages, and "serves" them to the clients.
Any application which allows website owners to access email through a web browser. The main advantage of webmail is the ability to access the email account from any computer connected to the Internet without having to install or configure a specific mail program.
WHM (WebHost Manager)
Companion software to cPanel, designed for web hosting companies and system administrators.