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spacer arrowWHAT IS A WEB PAGE? spacer

A web page or webpage is a resource on the World Wide Web, usually in *HTML/XHTML format (the filename extensions are typically htm or html) with hypertext links to enable navigation from one page or section to another. Web pages often use graphic files to provide illustration, and these can be clickable links, too. A web page is displayed using an web browser like Internet Explorer or Firefox.

An image of our home page 'index.html' can be seen below.

uploadyourbusiness home page

You are looking at a web page while you are reading this text. It can be structured like a word document containing text, images, tables, but can also contain dynamic data fed from databases.

Your site can have as little or as many pages as you like. Our packages listed on the left hand side of this site vary from single page holding sites to large online store fronts. Take a look at the available web packages and see for yourself.

*HyperText Markup Language (html), is a language in which web pages are written.
XHTML is the next generation of HTML and is a hybrid between HTML and XML. XML was designed to describe data. HTML was designed to display data. XHTML is much stricter than HTML. Not all browsers support XML so XHTML provides an intermediary solution and can be interpreted by XML and HTML browsers. For further information see: http://www.w3c.org/MarkUp/.

 

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