Introducing Vapetrotter Wiki: 200+ Helpful Vaping Terms And Definitions
The Vapetrotter wiki page is now available for our readers to easily look up any vaping term or concept they may not be familiar with.
We’ve drafted and published over 220 entries in our vape wiki so far, and the wiki itself can be added to by our community of users and readers simply by clicking the “Add an Entry” button on the vape wiki homepage. These are submitted for review before going live to avoid spam, so please allow some time for one of our staff to approve or edit the entry.
Another helpful function of the vaping wiki for our desktop readers is that any terms currently in the wiki will be hyperlinked in our articles, and will pop up with a definition when moused over. Try hovering your mouse over these examples:
This will hopefully allow our readers to get a clearer picture of the subject matter when reading an article. Many terms that vapers are used to seeing can confuse newcomers, making them feel like it’s all too complicated and scary for them.
In the past, I’ve spent countless hours explaining the various vaping concepts and facets of vaping to people, and I’m sure this won’t ever change, but up until now there hasn’t been a single place (that I’ve found anyway) where all of these things are explained in one easy to digest and easy to navigate resource.
The goal of Vapetrotter is to become the leading online source of information on all things vaping, whether that be finding local laws, finding your nearest vape shop, keeping up to date with the industry, or educating new vapers on terminology and vaping concepts that experienced vapers often forget are highly technical and far from common knowledge.
The Wiki will be an ongoing work in progress, and I’ll be adding information to them as it becomes available or comes to my attention.
I encourage any of our readers who find the wiki lacking to use the submit button to contribute to the project. If you have any changes you’d like to suggest, you can do so either by using the “Add an Entry” page, or by directly emailing me at email@example.com.