The files that are considered the actual documents of the web site, including forms and dynamically generated information. In other words, not the graphics, style sheets and the other files that go into the documents. Pages are generally html files, and, depending on the server, may also be .cgi, .asp, .pl, etc..
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In contexts of Internet it is a basic HTML document. Web sites usually have many web pages.
Any document, dynamic page, or form. Different types of profiles have different default settings for which file extensions qualify a file as a page. These settings can be changed by the Reporting Center system administrator.
a document located on the Web.
A single (page) file of hypertext mark-up language. A Web site is composed of many pages of information.Page Views: The number of times a Web page is opened, typically measured per person. Page-view statistics often do not include the specifics for frames within those pages. Also, the page-view count generally does not distinguish between unique and repeat visitors.
A document of information on the web. You must click on a hyperlink or type a destination in your browser to visit a new page.
The metaphor for a unit display which can be fully viewed using the browser's scroll bars. In PrimaryPath pages are accessed by tabs.
(Web) The area in which information is presented on the World Wide Web.
A siingle HTML document that may contain text, images, and other online elements that can be static or dynamically generated.
A Web page is comparable to a real page of any printed material, like a page in a book, and can be nearly any size or length. Information such as text, pictures, links, graphics, animations, etc. can all be placed on a page. A page is one screen of an internet site. A site may be made up of many pages.
A single document on a web site written in HTML.
A page starts as a url address of a web-page and is listed on the left-hand side of the Nici window. When a page is first added, it is classified as a waiting page, then as a downloading page, then as a finished page. The Nici-Quick strategy further classifies a finished page as either a picture page or directory page depending on what it contains. More
An HTML (hypertext markup language) document that may contain text, images, another on-line elements, such as Java applets and multimedia files.
a single HTML file, viewable in a browser.
Web sites are collections of electronic pages or HTML documents that may contain images and media objects (graphics, java applets etc.) as well as text. A page may contain more than one ad.
The basic building blocks of any website. A website generally contains a collection of different pages that are accessible and viewable via a web browser. By default, SmarterStats considers the following extensions to be pages: .ASP, .ASPX, .CFC, .CFM, .CFMX, .CFML, .CGI, .HTM, .HTML, .IDA, .IDC, .JHTM, .JHTML, .JSP, .JWS, .MHT, .MHTML, .MV, .PHP, .PHP3, .PHTM, .PHTML, .PL, .SHTM, .SHTML, .STM, .WML, .XDL, .XHTML, .XML.
a file or combination of files in the portal that are designed to be viewed simultaneously. In most cases a pages are written in HTML code.
Sending of text information to a pager to inform subscriber of new content available on Web Site.
a distinct unit of the world wide web (www)
a document that is displayed to the user
a fixed number of words located together in a document
a logical division of the original source document
an http get/post request with associated sub requests like redirects, images or links (css, js files)
an index of government documents relating to individual POW/MIA questions
an individual HTML file with a specific URL
an inherently visual thing, whereas a document can be anything ranging from a stock quote to a virtual pet to a music CD on Amazon
a "response to a request by a visitor formatted as HTML", or "that which is presented to the consumer of the site
a very useful addition, and cleaning up the web sites, though probably tedious for you, is truly helpful to your audience
On the WWW, a single HTML file.
A single HTML document (which can be longer than one screen).
A hypermedia document as viewed through a World-Wide Web browser.
a document on the Web that is displayed by a Web browser.
Web sites are collections of pages or HTML documents that may contain text, image, Java applets, and any other elements that can appear in a browser. A page may contain one or more ads.
On the World Wide Web a page refers to a Web document, regardless of how large it is.
An HTML document. There may be only one page, or a collection of several pages within a website.
Multimedia document, consisting of files delivered by one or more servers, and presented in the user’s browser window. Files are presented in one or more frames.
An individual frame of content on the world wide web, reference by a single URL.
A page refers to one HTML document. A page can often be longer than the length of your browser window - use the scroll bar on the right hand side of the browser window to see the rest of the page.
The basic unit of the world wide web. Each page has its own URL. There is no standard length for a page.
(or Web page) The unit of display on the Web. What you're looking at now is a web page. It's made up of several files, and is part of the Audience Dialogue site. Each page has one URL (web address). A web "page" is not the same as a printed page, because there's no limit to its length. A typical web page, when printed, would fill 2 or 3 A4-size pages; some fill 10 or more. The closest equivalent to a web page is perhaps a magazine article. A group of web pages forms a web site.
The response sent to a visitor in response to a Request, typically HTML. Pages are generated by PageModules. A "Page" is not something storable in Lenya (except in a non-functional cache where the HTML and other content generated by Lenya is stored for performance.) A Page can include links to Assets and other Pages.
Synonymous with web page. The actual HTML file and associated graphics that are displayed in a browser.
A document, or collection of information, available by way of the World Wide Web. To make information available over the WWW, it is organized into pages. A page may contain text, graphics files, video, and/or sound files.
Name for a basic web document. Websites usually consist of many web pages.
"Page" is a shortening of "Web page" and is used to designate a single file residing in a larger Web site. A given site might have a home page, a search page, and an archive page, to name just a few.
Represents the resulting HTML from a PHP Script's execution AND all the accompanying elements (.GIF, .JPG, .CSS, etc. files). Each Page from a RidgeStar Site has a URL, a Name, and it's use recorded in the RidgeStar Activity database
window; tab; screen The page consists of all the UI elements and data rendered on screen when a browser reads an HTML or other Web file. When users click a control, the application either performs an action and redraws all of part of the current page, or else navigates to another page. yes (may be introduced as "Web page" on first usage in mass-market application) Intra-Application Navigation
A single HTML file on the web, normally displayed a screen of information and images which are viewed through a web browser.
referring to the Internet, the subdivision of a web site that is loaded onto the computer at any one time.
An HTML document that may contain text, images, and other online elements. It may be static or dynamically generated. If a page is available on the Internet, it is a Web page.
Each window of information you get from the Internet is a Web page. Web pages are linked together throughout the Web via hyperlinks.
A single HTML document on the Web.
Also called a "Web page." A document that can be opened in a Web browser. It usually contains text, graphics and links to other pages.
a type of node that provides portal content, similar to a page on any Web site. However, portal pages display content in the form of portlets, which are arranged on the page by row and column containers. Each page displays content that has been customized for the portal user.
a document having a specific URL and comprised of a set of associated files. A page may contain text, images, and other online elements. It may be static or dynamically generated. It may be made up of multiple frames or screens, but should contain a designated primary object which, when loaded, is counted as the entire page.
See Web Page.
What you're looking at right now. A web page.
is an HTML document that can be posted to a Web server or Local Area Network, and which can be viewed by a Web browser.
An HTML document, or Website (web page).
Any document, dynamic page, or form. Documents are defined by the system administrator, but generally include all static content, such as complete html pages. Dynamic pages are created with variables and do not exist anywhere in a static form. Forms are scripted pages which get information from a visitor that gets passed back to the server.
A text file at a single URL, written or generated in a markup language like HTML, and viewed through a browser. For the purpose of these policies, pages do include PDFs but do not include pop-up windows, dialog windows, files that provide text descriptions of non-text content to enhance accessibility (d-links), redirection pages, or slides within a presentation, except where otherwise noted.
In the context of this collection, a page is any document that is available for browsing. Some documents provide key access or information about a service or organization on special pages, called "public pages" or "homepages".
The text and images that can be accessed by scrolling up and down in a web browser window, without hyperlinking, hitting the back button, choosing a different bookmark, or otherwise moving to a new web location. The information for each page is stored at a different URL. Therefore, the terms URL and page are often used interchangeably.
Indicates a web page on the Job Bank web site, as opposed to an online help topic.
data available on the web and identified with an URL. You are viewing a discrete page; this site consists of around 900 pages. A page often contains text plus images, ie comprises several data files, each of which constitute a 'hit' when retrieved by a browser
All websites are a collection of electronic "pages" Each web page is a document formatted in HTML that contains text, forms, scripts, and text pointers to images or media objects. Pages can be static or dynamically generated.
All websites consist of a series of linked 'pages'. This document that you are reading right now is a web page.
A table in the Midgard database where each record is a node in a tree structure. Pages are the structure of a Midgard site. Page names appear as directories in a Midgard targeted URL. Each Page node may have children Elements which are meant to define the dynamics of a web page.
Top level content object representing the content of a web document. Consists of Atoms and/or Container Lists.
one file as viewed through a browser window.
A document, or collection of information, available through the World Wide Web. A page may contain text, graphics, video, and/or sound files. A page is the electronic unit of text that corresponds to a page in real life.
A single HTML document that we commonly call a Web page. A Web page which may be many traditional printable pages long. The Web has a very poor concept of printable pages since it was originally founded as a pure electronic medium.
The basic document of the World Wide Web is a page. Pages are written in the evolving language called HTML. In general your pages should be designed to work on a screen that is 800 x 600 pixels. This is the setting for a typical 14" monitor.
a document on the World Wide Web
Also known as a web page, a page is defined as a single file on a web server. For example, a page could be an HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) document, an image, a java applet, a CGI script, etc. Any file that is neither a gif nor a jpeg is considered a page.
This glossary page is an example of a web page. A page may contain different objects such as animated images, text, forms, links to other pages, etc. A web site may have only one page or many pages.
The part of a URL that identifies the file. In http://www.ibm.com/help/page.html, page.html is the page.
(Hypertext) A synonym for node, frequently used on the World-Wide Web
A single document in a Web site written in HTML.
A regular Web page. A page in TWiki is composed of the template/skin decoration and topic content.
(also "Electronic Page" or "Web Page") Websites are collections of web pages.
On the Web, the name of a document.
A document, or hunk of information, available by way of the World Wide Web. To make information available to you and organize it into one or more pages.
Portal content area accessed through tabs at the top of the portal screen. Page types are Faculty, Staff, Student, and Affiliate. The specific pages you see are determined by the roles you occupy at the University of Florida. You can personalize the content of these pages through the "Personalize Content" (or "Personalize Layout") link. The initial page you enter after sign on is called the "Top Page."
Short for Web page.
A single document in a World Wide Web site written using the HTML language.
A World Wide Web 'page' is the name given to a basic Web document, such as the one you are viewing at the moment.
A Web page. An HTML document that is transmitted over the Internet and is displayed in a Web browser window.
All Web sites are a collection of electronic "pages." Each Web page is a document formatted in HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) that contains text, images or media objects such as RealAudio player files, QuickTime videos or Java applets. The "home page" is typically a visitor's first point of entry and features a site index. Pages can be static or dynamically generated. All frames and frame parent documents are counted as pages.
A webpage is an HTML document, or website.
An HTML document, or Web site.
A document that is part of a website. Often resembles the page in a book.
Any document, dynamic page, or form. Documents are user-defined in Options, but typically include all static content, such as complete html pages. Dynamic pages are created with variables and do not exist anywhere in a static form. Forms are scripted pages which get information from a visitor and pass it back to the server.
(n) A file written in the code, HTML which can be viewed on an internet browser. Pages often include text, pictures, animations, buttons, links and an increasing number of options.
A web page in which the application displays forms with which the user interacts.
A single file of HyperText Markup Language.
In the World Wide Web, the name for the basic document type.
While hits include the pages as well as all of the images, etc., a page refers to just the page. Any valid extension counts as a page: .html, .htm, .php, .asp, .pl, etc.
Represents the resulting HTML from a PHP Script's execution AND all the accompanying elements (.GIF, .JPG, .CSS, etc. files). Each Page from each the Site has a URL, and an identifying Name.
One specific Web document that makes up a Web site. Refers to the page the user is on, that is, the particular document, or to a specific page such as the home page or start page.
A single image of a “one piece of paper”. One or several pages make up a “Document
An HTML document which may contain text, images, and other on-line elements. It may be static or dynamically generated. It may be a stand-alone HTML document, or one which is contained within a frame.