A page is the region of text between two page delimiters. The ASCII key sequence Ctrl+L constitutes a page delimiter (as it starts a new page on most line printers).
Up to 300 words of text and two or three images. Keeping each page as small as possible minimizes load time.
a collection of any combination of text, to-do lists, images, or files
a servable that holds a text response
A way of collecting and conveying information on the Net. Pages may be of any length and contain a variety of elements including text, graphics, sound, video.
A "page" is defined as a single ASCII file that is up to 10 Kilobytes in size. It is equivalent to 80 column, 65 lines of type written text containing approximately 6000 characters.
Roughly an 8.5" x 10" printed page, including text and images.
A page is a unit of text, delimited by formfeed characters (ASCII control-L, code 014) coming at the beginning of a line. Some Emacs commands are provided for moving over and operating on pages. See section T.4 Pages.