Any HTML document on a Web site. It is used to display information that you want people to access on your Web site. It is constructed mostly of HTML code but other things can contribute to the page as well.
A collection of information, consisting of one or more resources, intended to be rendered simultaneously, and identified by a single Uniform Resource Identifier. More specifically, a web page consists of a resource with zero, one, or more embedded resources intended to be rendered as a single unit, and referred to by the URI of the one resource which is not embedded. This term was developed from the definition of web page in Web Characterization Terminology & Definitions Sheet.
Web Page is a document written for display on the World-wide Web. Web pages are most commonly static (non-changing) documents written in HTML, but also include any content dynamically generated and displayed on the World-wide web. Such pages might be search engine results page or any database-driven dynamic document.
Every page on the web has its own unique address (URL). This consists of the protocol (http), the domain name and the 'path' of the page. For example, http://www.accountview.co.uk/products/default.htm. The domain name server (DNS) translates the domain name into the IP address.
A Web page is a file made accessible to Web browsers. They may contain HTML formatting, graphics and hyperlinks. While most Web pages are written in HTML, there is no requirement that they be. Browsers can display plain text files in addition to .html files and many kinds of graphic files.
A Web Page is any one particular page that is located on the World Wide Web. Web pages comprise a web site, and are distinct from other pages by their URL, i.e. http://www.vitalnet.com/index.html. See Also: WEB SITE
Any of the pages associated with a web. Documents on the World Wide Web. Web pages are written in HTML and are identified by URL s that specify the particular computer and path name by which a file can be accessed and transmitted from node to node to the end user under HTTP. Web pages may contain text in a variety of fonts and styles, pictures, graphics, movie clips, sounds, and even small, embedded software programs to be executed by clicking a hyperlink. May also include the ability for site visitors to download files and send messages to other users via e-mail.
Each page that a Web Browser displays is considered a Web page, even if it's long enough that scrolling is required. Web pages may change the appearances of links. Web pages are written in HTML. Some Technet web pages, including documentation sections, are broken up into several Web pages to decrease the time required to load them. If you wish to print out a section, be sure to print out all the web pages for that section. To top
(n.) A Web page is a document, the basic data storage and display unit of the World Wide Web. Stored as plain ASCII text, a web page embeds "tags" or function and formatting codes which govern its transmission and display on the end-user's computer screen. These tags are standardized as HTML, the hypertext markup language.
Every Web site is comprised of pages. Some sites may have just a single page, while others contain hundreds of thousands of pages generated by a database. Each page has its own unique URL. There is no limit to the size of a page, though most people find it easier to view and read pages that are relatively short.
A "web page" is any single page that is present on a WWW system. The page may contain textual information as well as images, links to other pages, movies, or audio clips. Graphic buttons, bullets, and banners may also be present on the page to highlight specific information, give distinct "look and feel," and provide navigational control.
A computer-generated document similar to paper documents except it can contain point-and-click links to other pages, digital images, sound and full-motion video presentations. The end of any web page is reached when the scroll bar reaches the bottom of the screen. Sometimes referred to as a logical page or Web document.
file located on a web server that can be accessed from a web browser by its URL. Some web pages are "static" HTML - meaning that the content must be manually edited. Other web pages are executable web server scripts that generate and transfer HTML depending on various parameters, search criteria, etc.
One of the pages of a hypertext document in a World Wide Web site. Web pages, including the subset "home pages", refer to the huge collection of documents that make up the World Wide Web. (See also Home page, World Wide Web.).
The individual HTML-based documents that together comprise the world wide web. Each web page has a specific textual address on the Internet at which it can be found by the browser, this is known as its "URL." The world wide web is made up of millions of websites, and each website consists of one or more web pages. A web page contains the textual content that is displayed by the browser, in addition to: coded instructions on how this text is laid out in the document, references to the graphic files that are also part of the viewable document, and link definitions to allow a user to connect to other pages or related files (within the same website or elsewhere on the Internet). Written in a tagging language called HTML, a web page often contains text, pictures, as well as links to other web pages or Internet resources.
The traditional presentation of information online. Websites are made up of webpages, analogous to the pages in a book. If frames are used, multiple pages can be displayed at the same time, resulting in multiple Page Views.
A Web page or webpage is a resource on the World Wide Web, usually in HTML/XHTML format (the file extensions are typically htm or html) and with hypertext links to enable navigation from one page or section to another. Web pages often use associated graphic files to provide illustration, and these too can be clickable links. A web page is displayed using a web browser.
Simply, a block of information running on a web server identified by a specific URL. Such pages are most often written in HTML. It is also possible for a server to create a dynamic web page via special scripts.
An HTML document which has its own web address, or URL. The first page usually requested at a web site is called the "home page". Using frames, multiple pages (HTML files) can be viewed in a browser and arranged in designated sections of the display screen at the same time -- these can also collectively be called a "web page". "Web page" is sometimes written as "web page".
A Web page is a document created with HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) that is part of a group of hypertext documents or resources available on the World Wide Web. Collectively, these documents and resources form what is known as a Web site. Web pages can contain hypertext links to other places within the same document, to other documents at the same Web site, or to documents at other Web sites. They can also contain fill-in forms, photos, large clickable images, sounds, and videos for downloading.
The term “Web Page” shall mean that certain multimedia interactive product which is a compilation of data, information, computer software, Audiovisual Components, Coding and formatted for use on the Internet.
Web pages are what make up the World Wide Web. These documents are typically written in HTML (hypertext markup language) and are translated by your Web browser. Web pages can either be static or dynamic. Static pages show the same content each time they are viewed. Dynamic pages have content that can change each time they are accessed.
A web page is a rich document that can contain richly formatted text, graphics, animation, sound, and much more. Some web pages are generated dynamically (such as the results of a search). You are currently viewing a (static) web page. Every web page on the Internet has a unique address which starts with the name of the computer that holds that page. Within a web page, words and pictures can be linked to other pages. When you activate a link, you will be taken to another page automatically. See also: Web, Web Browser, Understanding Internet Addresses.
A block of information running on a world-wide server process, identified by a specific URL. Such pages are generally written in HTML. It is, however, possible for a server to create a dynamic Web page via special scripts.
A Web page is one component of a Web site. It can be a simple presentation that contains only text. Or it can be a more sophisticated presentation that includes graphics, sound, and animation. Related Web pages may link together to form a site, or they may have text linking toother sites on other servers.
A location on the Web, with a URL as an address, which contains data (text, graphics, video or audio). A web page is stored on a server as a file written in HTML. E-learning web pages often provide hypertext links to related Internet resources.
A Web Page is a hypermedia or hypertext page (file) that is made available for access on some server in the World Wide Web. It may contain useful information, materials and links to other pages in WWW.
A document composed and 'published' (made available) on the World Wide Web in a format readable by a Web browser. Web pages use hyperlinks, and are characterized by their ability to include text, pictures (moving and still) and sound.
Typically used to refer to a site on the Internet that uses HTML as its interface. Web pages can be downloaded with an HTML based browser and viewed on a local computer. A page may include graphics, text, sounds, and movies. WWWebfx Home Page
A specially formatted file designed for use on the World Wide Web that enables you to display information to anyone using the World Wide Web. Web pages typically include text, graphics, and links to other web pages, and sometimes sound and video clips. Also referred to as a Web Page.
A file available on the Internet which conforms to HTML rules, and which is accessible through the World Wide Web. A web page can allow users to access other web pages, send mail, access gopher sites or ftp sites, see graphics, and so forth, depending on the hypertext links set up on it.
Simply, a block of information funning on a world-wide server process identified by specific URL. Such pages are most often written in HTML. It is also possible for a server to creat a dynamic web page via special script.
Electronic document on the Web that can contain text, graphics, sound, and video, as well as built-in connections to other documents. 1.18, 2.9 creating, 2.28, 3.26 navigating, 2.11-12 types of, 2.16-17
The basic building block of the World Wide Web. Information displayed on a Web page can include highly sophisticated graphics; audio and video, the locus of contemporary creativity Web pages are linked together to form the World Wide Web.
Web page is a computer file which typically includes text, pictures, links and perhaps forms. The Web page also includes instructions to the browser about how the page should look on the screen (colours, layout, etc.).
A Web page consists of an HTML file, with associated files for graphics and scripts, in a particular directory on a particular machine (and thus identifiable by an URL). Usually a Web page contains links to other Web pages. áŒˆá… á‹áŠ¥áˆš View
A web page or webpage is a resource of information that is suitable for the World Wide Web and can be accessed through a web browser. This information is usually in HTML or XHTML format, and may provide navigation to other web pages via hypertext links.