webpage

[ US /ˈwɛbpɪdʒ/ ]
[ UK /wˈɛbpe‍ɪd‍ʒ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a document connected to the World Wide Web and viewable by anyone connected to the internet who has a web browser
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How To Use webpage In A Sentence

  • The webpage is down and phone cut off. The Sun
  • However, its webpage explained that both passport and driving licence are required. Times, Sunday Times
  • In addition there is this droolworthy webpage about the sale of his collection.
  • You can get an explanation of the optics behind fogbows as well as a collection of other stunning images on this Atmospheric Optics webpage.
  • During episodes of the popular show, Alaskan king crab fishing enthusiasts are encouraged to visit a special webpage where they can print a flier that allows them to experience the adrenaline pumping action of "crabbing" for themselves. Daily Dispatch: Google plans Cloud Printing; Discovery Channel offers augmented reality game
  • Links to these databases are available from each ‘GeneCard ’… a webpage agglomerating information about a specific gene and its products.
  • It is the earliest known webpage that exists, but not quite the first. Times, Sunday Times
  • Next, you want to get very specific about what you're going to market on your webpage and make sure that it's congruent with our next step.
  • Let's see, I can spend the remainder of my morning doing the usual good goof-off stuff or I can try to fix my webpages. * sigh* The goofing is winning ... Oh damn, it's Friday already...
  • No one noticed that the MCS webpage is hosted not at JPL but at TPS? More Stealth News From Mars - NASA Watch
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