Wildmoz Internet Glossary A-Z
Your Handy Glossary E:
eCommerce; stands for electronic commerce, which refers to the buying and selling of products or services over the internet. Examples are internet shops like Etsy and auction companies such as eBay.
e-Mail is short for electronic mail; the transmission of messages using the Internet for sending and receiving digital messages via communications networks. See Network in this Glossary.
End User Computing:
EUC or end user computing; the person who uses a particular technology for the purpose of creating Web content. The intent of EUC is for non-programmers or designers, as well as for an individual user who is familiar with code technology, for the same purpose. The aim is to allow end-users to create websites and dynamic designs by the means of a scripting language without the knowledge of code
Ergonomics are design principles relating to the end user’s comfort, efficiency, and safety.
Errors come in the form of numbers at the search engines, when an error is encountered. A short list of errors, commonly found when surfing the Web are as shown below.
No Content, server has received the request but there is no information to send back.
Moved Permanently Requested is given, as well as an explanation such as, incorrect home.html or home.htm to the URL.
Forbidden, the request does not specify the file name. Directory or the file does not have the permission that allows the pages to be viewed from the web.
# Not Found, the requested file was not found.
Server Error, in most cases, this error is a result of a problem with the code or program you are calling, rather than with the web server itself.
Not Implemented, the server does not support the facility required.
The 502 Bad Gateway error is usually a network error between servers on the Internet, which means the problem is most likely not yours. Clearing your DNS cache is a good place to start.
Out of Resources, the server cannot process the request due to a system overload. This should be a temporary condition.
Gateway Time-Out, the service did not respond within the time frame that the gateway was willing to wait.
Ethernet is an LAN or local-area network architecture, using many varied connection abilities, like copper wiring and fiber-optic lines. (Originally developed by Xerox in 1973 and 1974.) It is now one of the most widely implemented LAN standards. Ethernet is used in industrial applications, as well as for such things as interconnecting appliances (printers etc.) and other personal devices. Ethernet has advanced greatly from its initial 10 Mbps to 100 Gb/s.