Named anchor are links used to link to other content on the same page. Named anchors are usually used on the FAQ page.
Nav bar is the short term used for navigation bar. It is an area on a website which contains the website’s menu. It usually contains link to the most useful and important pages of the website.
Short terms for internet
Netiquette is made up of the two words web and etiquette. It is used to describe good web/internet practices.
Nesting is a term used in Boolean searching. It indicates the sequence or order in which operations are to be performed. Enclosing words in parentheses identifies a group or “nest.” Groups can be within other groups.
The operations will be performed from the innermost nest to the outmost, and then from left to right.
A newsgroup is a discussion group same as a forum which is operated through the Internet. There are hundreds of thousands of newsgroups on the internet which serves different interests. A newsgroup is not to be confused with list servers which operate through e-mail.
If you want to view or post to a newsgroup, you should have a news reader installed which will connect you to the news server.
A news reader is a special application which allows users to read or post messages posted to Internet news groups. Microsoft Internet Explorer is an example of a web browser with in-built news readers, but there are also freeware, shareware and commercial stand-alone news readers.
The Not found or 404 error message is an error message meaning that the page requested by the user does not exist or is an invalid URL. It is the standard error message used by servers for pages which do not exist, were moved or deleted.
Not found error messages are customizable.