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The World Wide Web — the Web, for short — is a massive storehouse of information that resides on computers, called Web servers, located all over the world.

Each Web server hosts one or more Web sites, and each of those sites contains dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of documents calledpages.

You navigate from site to site and from page to page by clicking special words, phrases, or images called links, or by entering the address of the site or page you want to view. You do all of this using a special software program called a Web browser

Web Page

World Wide Web information is presented on Web pages, which you download to your computer using a Web browser program, such as Windows 7's Internet Explorer. Each Web page can combine text with images, sounds, music, and even video to present you with information on a particular subject. The Web consists of billions of pages covering almost every imaginable topic.



Web Site

A Web site is a collection of Web pages associated with a particular person, business, government, school, or organization. Web sites are stored on a Web server, a special computer that makes Web pages available for people to browse.



Web Address

Every Web page has its own Web address that uniquely identifies the page. This address is sometimes called a URL (pronounced yoo-ar-ell or erl), which is short for Uniform Resource Locator. If you know the address of a page, you can plug that address into your Web browser to view the page.



Links

A link (also called a hyperlink) is a kind of "cross-reference" to another Web page. Each link is a bit of text (usually shown underlined and in a different color) or an image that, when you click it, loads the other page into your Web browser automatically. The other page is often from the same site, but it is common to come across links that take you to pages anywhere on the Web.


 
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