301 Redirect

A 301 redirect permanently directs web traffic to a new URL, helping to maintain user experience and search engine rankings when URLs change.

404 Error

A 404 error, or "Page Not Found," happens when a web server can't locate a requested resource or webpage.

500 Error

A 500 Internal Server Error is a generic catch-all error code indicating that there was an error on the server.



CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a style sheet language that determines how a webpage (or any HTML document) looks.



HTTP, or Hypertext Transfer Protocol, governs data transmission online, facilitating communication between web servers and clients like browsers (Chrome, Firefox).

HTTP Status Code

An HTTP Status Code is a three-digit number returned by a web server in response to a request, signaling either success, error, or the need for further action.


Keyword Cannibalisation

Keyword cannibalisation is both easy to do and easy to avoid, the key is understanding what it is.



PHP is one of the most commonly used programming languages for websites. If you have a website, there is a 3/4 chance that it uses PHP!



A URL, or Uniform Resource Locator, functions as an address for resources on the internet.

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