Motius Glossary

The Motius Literary Index provides an alphabetical overview of the terms we use on our website.



TTP, which stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol, is an application layer protocol used for communication on the World Wide Web. It defines the rules and conventions for requesting and transmitting data over the internet, allowing web browsers to retrieve and display web pages, images, videos, and other resources from web servers. The HTTP protocol works on a client-server model, where a client (usually a web browser) sends requests to a server, and the server responds with the requested data.