Ambernicole, those 7 pages are not "jargon".
Training a puppy encompasses more than merely one thing, like how to make them go to the bathroom outside. That is just part and parcel of the overall picture of training.
By reading through an entire 7 pages, which quite frankly is nothing if one is truly interested and invested in learning about how to train their dog, and understand the reasons for the methods used, one might actually garner knowledge about something that had not yet even entered their train of thought, thereby making the "reading" not so arduous.
Again, I strongly suggest you read the whole 7 pages of "jargon". I think you'll find that to be a common response to your question as proper housetraining requires some knowledge, along with a lick of common sense. If you gave Page 1 your full attention, you would already realize that your expectations of your puppy are unrealistic and it is YOU that needs to be trained.
I also find it rather petulant of you to ask that others give you a summation of things they have contributed over and over again just so you don't have to waste your valuable time reading the responses already given. It requires a modecom of effort on your behalf, and makes you a better "doggy parent".
Reading is knowledge and knowledge is power.