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Bandwidth - Bandwidth measures the amount of data that can be transferred between computers over the Internet. It is typically measured in bytes (kilobytes, gigabytes, etc.) and is an important consideration for anyone who has a Website or page published to the Internet.
Blog - A Web site (or section of a Web site) where users can post a chronological, up-to-date e-journal entry of their thoughts. Each post usually contains a Web link. Basically, it is an open forum communication tool that, depending on the Web site, is either very individualistic or performs a crucial function for an organization or company.
Part of the appeal of blogging is that the programs you use to publish your insights on the World Wide Web are easy-to-use and you do not have to be a programmer, or even know how to code.
Breadcrumb - The nickname for a top navigation menu that uses a string of section names to identify where you are. Likened to the practice of leaving breadcrumbs behind you when hiking a new trail or finding your way in the wilderness, these top navigation links are also known as "breadcrumbs" because you can find your way back to where you started by following them in reverse order. This expression is also used as a verb, as in "we can breadcrumb this section so we don't have to pile up content in the left nav."