Definition of web page in English:

web page

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  • A hypertext document on the World Wide Web.

    ‘Headlines are rated more important than the rest of the web page by search engines.’
    • ‘Both convert the web page to PDF format and you can scale it down as much as necessary.’
    • ‘It's a fast and easy way to assemble a whole bunch of digital images and put them online in a web page.’
    • ‘Try to avoid the use of extra components which the user needs to download to view the web page.’
    • ‘When a search engine encounters an error on a web page it deals with it in the same way a browser would.’
    • ‘The service also includes IP-based voicemail that can be accessed through a web page.’
    • ‘We came across an interesting web page today, full of details on the new 3G encryption algorithms.’
    • ‘If you want your own web page posted on the net, you may be able to get one without the unwanted ads.’
    • ‘For example, someone could scan a code posted on a bus stop with their phone to quickly look up a web page showing when the next bus is due.’
    • ‘If you're really serious about designing a web page then you have to consider throwing some serious money at it.’
    • ‘They can either confirm their primary location or they will be directed to a web page to update their address.’
    • ‘The way to do it is to start off by creating a web page on your site with a list of links.’
    • ‘The search function, located on the home page, will locate any item that has been uploaded to the web page.’
    • ‘To her surprise, dozens of complaints about such DVDs had been posted on the web page already.’
    • ‘Anyone could use this number to access our personal web page, from where they could contact us.’
    • ‘In some cases, it takes up to two hours for council officials to access the relevant web page.’
    • ‘I'm hoping that Mark will put up a web page with his instructions on how to make the antenna.’
    • ‘These ads are pre loaded in the background and then appear on the web page floating over the existing content.’
    • ‘It requires you to click on a link and go to a web page to read a security message or new terms and conditions.’
    • ‘Normally the browser will make one request to a web page at a time.’


web page

/ˈweb ˌpāj/ /ˈwɛb ˌpeɪdʒ/