|HHJK||Haha, just kidding|
|BNR||But not really|
|KWIS||Know what I'm saying|
|UKWIS||You know what I'm saying|
Web developers typically use the abbreviation when working on web projects or de-bugging problematic code. For example, when fixing a buggy email contact form, one developer might message another, "Did you fix the js issue on the contact page?"
|HTML||Hyper-Text Markup Language|
|CSS||Cascading Style Sheet|
|WCM||Web Content Management|
|CLS||Cumulative Layout Shift|
|LCP||Largest Contentful Paint|
|WYSIWYG||What you see is what you get|
|Core Web Vitals||Metrics that measure the user experience of a website|
|HTTP||HyperText Transfer Protocol|
|HTTPS||HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure|
Js is a term for Nike shoes inspired by NBA HOFer and GOAT Michael Jordan. This style of shoe is incredibly popular, among teenagers especially, even though Michael Jordan retired from the NBA in 2003.
New styles of these shoes are released every year and are priced in the hundreds of dollars. The term also appears in the singular form as "J."
|NBA||National Basketball Association|
JS is a way to clarify that what you are saying is to make a point and shouldn't be taken too personally. For example, if you try to share a hard truth with a friend, you might preface the statement with "JS."
Most people use JS online when messaging or emailing. However, they may also use it in texts when sharing something that could be taken offensively.