this way of naming them makes it easyer for me.
Of course. Doing things the right way is sometime a bit harder initially. I understand that you know what they mean now, but in two or three months when you go back to refactor your code, you won't remember. Or you are going to have a problem with your code, and when you ask for help, you are going to have a bunch of code with meaningless names that nobody will want to help fix.
If you want to be employed as a programmer, then take the time to learn to do it right. There are enough crappy web pages and applications that look like they were designed by 15 year olds
; the world certainly does not need more. That means taking the time to learn how to do things right.