Locate the definition of the terms used in the LoudClick system. If you find a term in the system which is not explained here, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stands for Address record. Allows a domain name to be directed to the correct website.
Access Control determines who can see what on the website. See Sharing.
The information gathered during Registration used to identify you with your account.
The amount of storage space the website uses.
LoudClick provides more access to website building features through Advanced Tabs. The Basic Tab will accomplish pretty much the same thing with fewer entries.
Basic Tabs offer a streamlined process to simplify the website building process. More features are available through the Advanced Tab when offered.
The period of time an online product is offered to the public while the kinks are worked out. Your patience is greatly appreciated ;-)
A selection tool that one clicks with their cursor. Usually is titled with an action term.
Clears the work done on a page and returns it to the previously saved status.
A web browser that works well with LoudClick - typically on Apple computers.
Displays the history of all the actions performed within a website, page or folder. Includes date, time, details of the change and who made it.
A selection tool. Clicking on the check box selects the item adjacent to the checkbox.
A area on a website which displays content.
Text, images and/or other assets that make up a webpage.
The editor which allows you to add and edit the content on a webpage.
An element that contains content.
Cascading Style Sheet. A coding language used to determine how a website displays.
A customized template package that works within the LoudClick system.
A group with customized security settings. See Sharing.
The central location for your LoudClick account; displays links to all your websites as well as your account information.
Default Sharing Setting
The collaborative settings a group had when it was created by LoudClick. See Sharing.
Permanently removes a folder and its contents from the website.
Permanently removes a page from the website
Permanently removes the entire website from the internet,
The design template for your website.
Design & Layout Tabs
The place to make changes to the shared elements of your template. Can also refer to template selection you make while adding a new page.
A user created support option located at http://forumlc.loudclick.net/forum/default.aspx
A text-based asset. File types include .doc, .pdf, .txt.
A tool in the Content Editor that allows you to insert a document into a webpage.
A name that describes a website on the internet. Also known as a hostname. Example: LoudClick.net is a domain name.
A menu in which a list drops down to reveal the contents of the menu.
Make changes to.
An area on a website page
E-mail Form Builder
A tool in the Content Editor that inserts a form. When submitted, this form sends an e-mail.
Short for Favorites Icon. Also known as website icon. Favicons display in browser windows next to the Website Title to help brand the website.
A document or similar asset. File types include .doc, .pdf, .xls
Holder of document or similar files
A web browser that works well with LoudClick.
Holder of pages, files, images or media
Folder Change Log
Shows the history of all the actions performed within the folder. See Change Log.
Folder Display Page
Created automatically when a folder is created. The Folder Display Page displays links to the other pages and subfolders in the folder and acts as the main navigation within a folder.
The name of a folder within LoudClick. It is also the name displayed in the navigation menu
Generally, this is the content area at the very bottom of the webpage. Access to the Footer is generally from the Website Manager>Design & Layout Tab.
Used in Sharing to identify the rights and privileges the users in the group will have. Examples: Public, Contributors, Custom etc.
The place to make changes to your Group settings.
A tag located in the part of the webpage that is not displayed on the browser but helps identify and control the webpage.
Generally, this is the content area at the very top of the webpage. Access to the Header is generally from the Website Manager>Design & Layout Tab
Stands for HyperText Markup Language. This is the most common code used to build websites.
When clicked, a hyperlink takes the viewer to another place. That place can either be within the same web page or to another web page. Also referred to as a "link".
A tool in the Content Editor that creates a hyperlink to another webpage.
Icons display the current status of the page. Other icons are used in the Content Editor as buttons to do specific actions.
Displays the icon next to the status it represents.
Internet Explorer. A web browser that works well with LoudClick
A photographic or graphic asset. File types include jpg, gif, bmp
A specific type of folder that contains only Images.
An Element that is an index of your pages. This element creates links to the pages.
Inherit Settings From
Used when creating a custom sharing group. Inheriting the settings means the new group will have the same settings as the group it is inheriting them from.
A tool in the Content Editor that allows you to insert images into a webpage.
Sent to users you would like to participate in your website.
Internet Protocol address. A unique address that is used by computers to identify and communicate with other computers. Also known as a computer address.
A type of code mostly commonly used to embed a function into a website.
Stands for Kilobyte. A unit of computer storage equal to 1000 bytes.
see Meta Keywords.
Used when describing how the elements on a page display
LoudClick University. Your source for the most comprehensive support information about LoudClick. Located at http://lcu.loudclick.net
Displays the current view of a webpage that is live on the web.
The unique identifier assigned to users of LoudClick.
Unique code tags used to make templates works within the LoudClick system.
An Apple computer
A hub for making changes to a particular area of the website. Example: Image Manager, File Folder Manager, etc.
This is the main template provided by LoudClick. Disconnecting from the master template allows the template to be. Reconnecting to the Master Template removes any changes made to the template.
Stands for Megabyte. A unit of computer storage equal to 1,000,000 bytes or 1000 kb.
A video or audio asset. File types include wav, mp3, wmv.
A specific type of folder that contains only media.
A tool in the Content Editor that allows you to insert media into a webpage.
See Navigation Menu
Information about your website that is available to search engines.
The title which appears in the browser tab.
Provides a description of the website to search engines.
Simplified terms describing your website to search engines.
An instruction given the web browser to automatically refresh the webpage after a given period of time. The refresh can be to the same page or another page.
The menu that allows users to access the pages of the website.
A confirmation window that display when an action is completed.
Provides a message or email when a specific action has been taken. Usually sent to the website owner but can be sent to anyone designated to receive them.
The user who owns the website.
Pages created by the user. The user creating the page owns it until it is transferred or deleted.
Page Change Log
Shows the history of all the actions performed within the page. See Change Log
The process of adding or changing the contents on a webpage
The place to make changes to your page. See Manager.
The name of the webpage within LoudClick
The page title appears in the browser tab.
Personal Computer. Refers most commonly to computers running Non- Apple operating systems.
A view of the website or template before it is saved and published.
Requires Sign In to view.
The rights and permissions given to a group.
The information that defines the website, page, folder or asset.
The page is available for anyone on the internet to see.
To make live on the web.
A selection tool. Clicking on a radio button will select the item.
The process of becoming a member of LoudClick.
An area on a webpage which displays on that page only.
To return to the original. Example: Reverting sharing settings returns the settings to the original settings when the website was created.
To inspect and approve the content of a page prior to it being published.
A user who reviews the work of others and can publish the page to the web.
The base of the website treeview.
A browser typically associated with Apple computers. Sadly, it does not play well with LoudClick.
Saves the work done on the page or properties. Save does not make the change live on the web - it only saves the work in the current status.
A program that extends the functionality of an HTML document.
The user must be a member of the website to view the page. Requires sign in.
Shared elements display on all pages of the website or template.
Sharing constitutes all the security and access control settings for your website. It is where you determine who sees what and who does what.
A special code that is entered by an invited user into the
registration form to place them into a pre-designated sharing
All members of a Sharing Group have the same sharing settings, Sharing Groups also offer a way to organize the users of the website. See Sharing.
The viewing and editing privileges assigned to a sharing group.
To complete the LoudClick Sign In process. Requires previous registration.
An element that includes a navigation menu.
The sitemap displays all the pages and folders that make up the website. It also displays the status of those pages.
Submit for Review
Submitting for review happens when the user clicks Publish and they are a member of a Sharing Group which does not have publishing rights.
A LoudClick offered template package.
The designated page that displays when people register and/or sign in to your website.
A downloadable template package. Used to customize a template.
The publishing state of a page. Example: Live Page, New Page Unpublished, Live Page Submitted for Review, etc
A folder within a folder.
A group created by default when you create a website. See Sharing.
Code that describes an object on a website.
The template determines the look and function of your website. This is the basic structure of the website including the colors, fonts, display characteristics and navigation.
The area at the very top of LoudClick where the user signs in and can provide access to other LoudClick features. Also refers to the bar containing page specific buttons.
Structured like the roots and branches of a tree, the treeview displays various pages, folders and files so the user can see what is included in the structure of the website, folder or sharing settings. The sitemap is an example of a treeview.
To move a file from the users' computer to the website.
A person who uses LoudClick.
Website Change Log
Shows the history of all the actions performed within the website. See Change Log
The central hub containing access to the functions related to a website.
The address a user enters into their browser's address window to navigate to a website. Also known as a URL (Uniform Resource Locator).
Stands for: What You See Is What You Get. The type of Content Editor that LoudClick uses.
A zip compressed file type. Used to compress several files into one compact file.
If following review of this glossary you cannot locate a specific term's definition, please contact email@example.com for assistance.