Glossary in the context of Enfeedia
RSS Feed aka RSS News Feed aka Feed -- An online communication vehicle for distributing messages from time to time by way of news readers, news aggregators, and FeedMail. A feed
comprises a channel section and one or more item sections.
Feed file aka XML file -- The industry-standard file format for an RSS feed. To be human readable, translation to HTML code is required.
News Reader -- An application that translates the feed XML file into HTML code for human consumption.
News Aggregator -- An application that translates many the feed XML files into HTML code for human consumption, offering features for
presenting and organizing the feeds.
NewsPage -- Enfeedia's built-in feed reader that also includes options to add content of various kinds to sections of the NewsPage. NewsPages
are webpages on their own right and are crawled by search engines. Enfeedia automatically generates a NewsPage for every published feed.
Syndication -- Embedding a feed or portion thereof onto a webpage in human-readable HTML form to present the feed to site visitors without
having to leave the page. Enfeedia's syndication methods embed the feeds in a way that provides for search engines crawling feed contents.
Feed Channel -- That portion of a feed that defines the feed, including feed title, feed description, feed link, and more. Think of a feed channel
as encompassing all items in a feed. The feed channel typically provides a title and description that is appropriate for all items to be posted on the feed.
Feed Item aka Item -- A unit of communication on a feed comprising, in the minimal form, a title, description (aka article) and a title link. A feed
comprises one or more items.
Email Alert -- An email sent to subscribers that inform them an item has been posted on a feed.
FeedMail -- Enfeedia's term for an email alert, but more accurately reflects that the feed item is included in the mail.
Create a Feed aka Set Up a Feed -- The process of specifying a feed header, necessary before items can be posted on the feed.
Publish an Item -- The process of specifying the various elements of a feed item and including it in a feed.
Publish -- In the absence of any qualifying adjectives, is the overall process of creating a feed and publishing items on the feed.
Responsive Web Design -- A website design methodology such that the website can be presented on devices/computers of various screen sizes without
the architecture and navigation being affected, with text size and image sizes all automatically adjusted. Often referred to as 'mobile friendly'. Enfeedia is a responsive website.
HTML -- HTML ("Hyper Text Markup Language") is the standard markup language used to create webpages.
PHP -- A popular software programming language ("PHP Hypertext Preprocessor") for websites. Web servers process PHP code that results in generation of
HTML code before the page is delivered to the client. Thus, search engines can crawl content produced by PHP code execution.
Script -- A term often used to mean a software module, commonly used with PHP. Enfeedia's shootOnSite software is a script that performs the
news reader function.
Code Snippet -- A short line of software code. Enfeedia provides code snippets for website designers to implement various feed-related widgets.
Search Engine Optimization aka SEO -- Broadly speaking, implementing a website design in such a way as that the pages of a website will appear high in search engine results pages when
people search the internet. Search engines such as Google "crawl" the pages of websites all over the internet to assess their value vis-a-vis search terms to determine where to
place webpages in search engine results pages (SERP).
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With Blogtrottr FeedMail, you will receive an alerting email, we refer to as FeedMail, when new items are posted on this feed. We recommmend you do not select the default "real time" setting. Only one item is delivered per email. If you create a Blogtrottr account, you will be able to manage
"digests" wherein email will be issued every 2 hours or 4 hours or 6 hours, etc., if items are posted. Although you don't need to open a Blogtrottr account, we recommend you do open an account to manage various
aspects of the mail delivery service. This servie is free, but you are offered an upgrade to eliminate the ad placed in FeedMail for the free plan.
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