Web Page

(redirected from home page)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Web Page

A virtual document that displays information on the Internet. The ability to access Web pages has become almost indispensable in business because of the sheer volume of information currently available.
References in periodicals archive ?
NLC has launched a home page on the World Wide Web as part of its ongoing efforts to use new technology to serve its members.
The display of the current Florida temperature on the home page and the surplus of photos featuring palm trees and water throughout the site are very effective in promoting the school's tropical location.
The most basic rule of Web design is to always give visitors an easy way to get back to the home page.
Back on the home page, the Recommended Sections link leads to archives of stories on other topics of interest, including the sinking of the Kursk in August 2000 and the Bellona report Green Heat and Power: Eco-Effective Energy Solutions in the 21st Century, an overview of alternative energy policies and strategies being used in Norway.
The home page also serves as a link to other agencies.
While a home page is a Web site, a Web site need not be a home page.
A home page can be thought of as an interactive multimedia catalog with text, pictures, and even sound and video clips.
White the home page is updated, streamlined, and attractive, other pages are not, giving the appearance of a university with several personalities.
The home page is all part of the city's effort to reach the public while making the city more technologically advanced.
The home page is vibrant, with a striking color palette that imparts a sense of energy and youth.
The Piute home page, posted in September, has sections on academic departments, the performing arts, news and information, messages from the principal and staff, staff biographies, and pictures from the yearbook.