RE: Web based application naming conventions

Subject: RE: Web based application naming conventions
From: "Roth, Ronica" <Ronica -dot- Roth -at- 247media -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 8 Jan 2001 15:46:49 -0700

Claire Philpott asks:

>>To what do I refer for a web based application?
>>"Services are defined in the Services Definition page."
>>or
>>"Services are defined in the Services Definition screen."

Michael West answers:
>Depends on who does the defining. If it's
>the user, why not:
>
>"To define services, [do this]"?
>
>If it's not the user, then why not:
>
>"To view service definitions, [do this]"?

That given, you can still very refer to "location" in a Web-based
application. In fact, people often refer to "navigating" around a Web site,
and I believe that people often think of a Web-based app as a Web site.

Since a thing in a browser is a thing in a browser is a thing in a browser,
I would think you can use browser language. Hence, "page" or "frame".

Ronica Roth
Senior Technical Writer, 24/7 Media
Denver, CO


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