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A/B testing

A/B testing improves website performance by creating and testing two versions of a page to determine the most effective version.

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API (Application Programming Interface)

An API is an interface that allows applications to communicate with each other and exchange data.

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Accessibility/Web Accessibility

Accessibility refers to adapting the design and development of websites to ensure that they can be easily used by people with different abilities, such as physical, visual, auditory, and cognitive disabilities.

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Automation

Automation in a web context refers to the use of technologies to simplify repetitive tasks in areas such as web development, marketing, and design.

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Browser compatibility

Browser compatibility refers to the fact that a website or web application can be properly displayed and run in different web browsers.

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CMS (content management system)

A content management system (CMS) is a software or platform that allows users to easily create, edit, organize, and publish digital content, such as text, images, videos, and other media.

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CMS implementation

CMS implementation refers to the practical implementation of a content management system (CMS) for a website.

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CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)

CSS is a style sheet language that is used to design websites to define layout, colors, and fonts.

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Content Delivery Network (CDN)

A content delivery network is a network of servers that delivers content, such as images and videos, to users faster.

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Content strategy

Content strategy includes planning and creating content to achieve website goals and optimize user experience.

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Email marketing integration

Email marketing integration refers to the integration of email marketing tools into a website or application to manage and execute marketing campaigns.

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Flow chart

A flow chart (English: flowchart) is a graphical representation of processes, flows, or systems.

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Forms

Forms are interaction elements on websites that allow users to enter and submit information.

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Grid system

Grid systems are layout structures that are used to arrange content and elements on a website.

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Hosting

Hosting refers to the provision of servers and infrastructure that host websites and applications on the Internet.

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JavaScript

JavaScript ist eine weit verbreitete Programmiersprache, die für die Erstellung von interaktiven Funktionen und dynamischen Inhalten in Websites verwendet wird.

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Jetboost

Jetboost provides a no-code service for Webflow users to implement dynamic filters, search, and other features on their sites.

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Kickoff meeting

A kick-off meeting is an informal meeting or conference that is held at the start of a project or initiative.

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Landing Page

A landing page is a specially designed page that is intended to entice visitors to take a specific action, such as signing up or making a purchase.

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Localization

Localization is the adaptation of products, services, software, or content to the cultural, language, and regional requirements of a target group or area.

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Low-code

Low-code refers to developing applications with minimal programming effort, using visual tools and pre-built modules.

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MVP - Minimum Viable Product

“MVP” stands for “Minimum Viable Product” and means something like “minimum marketable product.”

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No-Code

No-code refers to software and application development that does not require traditional coding. Instead, visual tools and automation are used to build applications.

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No-code platform

A no-code platform is a revolutionary development in software development that enables both technical and non-technical users to build applications and software solutions without the need for traditional programming.

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No-code tools

No-code tools are software platforms that enable users to build applications, automations, and digital solutions without extensive programming knowledge.

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Prototyping

Prototyping is the process of creating a model design of a website or application to review and test design concepts.

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RESTful API

A RESTful API is an interface that follows the principles of Representational State Transfer (REST) and uses HTTP methods to exchange data between systems.

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Responsive design

Responsive design refers to the ability of a website or application to automatically adapt to different screen sizes and devices to provide a consistent user experience.

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Responsive images

Responsive images are images that are configured to adapt to different screen sizes and devices to ensure optimal display.

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SEO (search engine optimization)

SEO refers to optimizing websites to be found better in search engines and generate more organic traffic.

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SEO meta tags

SEO meta tags are HTML tags that provide information to search engines to improve visibility in search results.

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SSL certificate

SSL certificates are security certificates that are used to encrypt data transfers between the website and users to ensure security.

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SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics)

SVG is a format for scalable vector graphics that is used in websites to represent graphics and icons.

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Scalability

Scalability refers to the ability of a website or application to handle growing traffic and data.

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Site migration

Website migration is the process of moving a website from one environment, platform, or hosting provider to another.

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UX design (user experience design)

UX design focuses on designing the user experience to ensure that users can easily and effectively interact with a website or application.

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User authentication

User authentication is the process of identifying a user to ensure that the person or account accessing a system, application, or online platform is actually who they claim to be.

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Web design

Web design is the design of websites, including layout, color schemes, graphics, and user interface.

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Web development

Web development refers to the process of creating and maintaining websites and applications on the Internet.

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Web hosting provider

A web hosting provider provides servers and infrastructure to host and access websites on the Internet.

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Webflow

Webflow is a cloud-based web design and development platform that allows users to build responsive websites and web applications without extensive programming knowledge.

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Webflow CMS

The Webflow CMS is a content management system developed specifically for Webflow that enables users to create and manage content on their websites.

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Webfont

A web font is a font that is specifically designed for use on websites and web applications.

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Website interaction

Interaction refers to the ability for users to communicate with a website or application, such as by clicking, swiping, or filling out forms.

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Weglot

Weglot provides a complete solution for translating, viewing, and managing multilingual websites.

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Wireframes

Wireframes are schematic, visual representations of websites, applications, or other digital products.

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Workflow automation

Workflow automation uses technology and software to automate repetitive tasks, processes, and operations.

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About the glossary

Our glossary provides you with a clear and understandable explanation of common terms and concepts related to Webflow and no-code development. Regardless of whether you've just started on the topic No-Code If you are busy or already have advanced knowledge, our glossary is a useful resource to help you keep track of things. Here you'll find easy-to-understand definitions of various technical terms, including Webflow-specific terminology and well-known no-code platforms. Learn more about topics such as responsive design, CMS integration, website optimization, and more.

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