the entrance (the space in a wall) through which you enter or leave a room or building; the space that a door can close; "he stuck his head in the doorway"
The passage of a door; entrance way into a house or a room
A document with a small amount of text (usually coherent but sometimes gibberish) intended to rank well specifically for one targeted expression. In the old days, people created as many doorways as they had targeted keywords and search engines to work with.
A doorway page is a page made specifically for search engines, which usually contains significant quantities of links to a site, to emulate a popularity it has not, or internal links to make anchors.That leads to the removal of the site from the index. ...
Opening or entrance in myths often between two worlds.
means an opening into a building designed for persons to walk through that normally contains a door and which may or may not abut a stoop, porch, or entryway.
are web pages that are created for spamdexing
The edge of a portal marker that shows either an open door/gate or a closed door/gate.
(gateway) A web page that is designed to attract traffic from a search engine and then redirect it to another site or page. A doorway page is not exactly the same as cloaking but the effect is the same in that users and search engines are served different content.
The opening or void that a door closes.
Any opening in a wall that has a door.
The entrance into the Magickal Circle, generally in the North-east opened and closed by a specific ritual for the purpose of entering and leaving the established Circle.