See also: webpage, web-page, and Web page

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1994, Web +‎ page.

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web page (plural web pages)

  1. A single hypertext document (transmitted as HTML) on the World Wide Web, often hyperlinked to others, and intended to be viewed with a web browser.
    • 2007 March, Doug Rich, “How to Search for Supernovae”, in Astronomy, volume 35, number 3, pages 70–72:
      Dave Bishop, an amateur astronomer, operates a supernova web page at, which lists new discoveries, including images.
  2. (loosely) A website, by extension from the home page of the site.
    Be sure to check out my web page on the Internet when you get home.

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