The Microsoft .NET Framework is a software framework designed for use on Microsoft Windows operating systems. The .NET Framework is a key Microsoft product and is intended to be used by applications created for the Windows platform.
Navigation is the process or activity of moving between interconnected units of information on computer networks, such as the internet. Most browsers have a history mechanism which enables users to retrace their navigation steps.
A commonly used navigation structure that produces tree structured lists which are used to clearly show a site structure. Nested navigation is often collapsible so it is only possible to view sub pages page once the parent item has been selected.
A nice name is a human readable URL rather than a URL based on a query string. This improves both general navigation comprehension as well as search engine indexing.
1. A node is any given physical devices attached to a network such as cell phones, computers, printers, personal digital assistants (PDAs), and other network appliances. Every node has a unique network address. Nodes in the IP domain refer to any device having an IP address. Servers in a clustering setting, such as database clusters or Web farms (large installations of Web servers), are also called nodes.
2. In tree structures, a node is a point where multiple lines meet.