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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.
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PowerPoint prepares a picture of each slide in the presentation, positions it in an appropriately sequenced series of Web pages and creates a folder containing all of the graphics and Web pages necessary to deliver the presentation via the Web.
URL - This means Universal Resource Locator, and every Web page has one.
For example, on a relatively small scale, a CPA firm could become an Internet provider--that is, clients could pay a fee for placing their proprietary Web pages on its server for distribution across the Web.
It combines aspects of social bookmarking and blogging together in an innovative way, saving me time and letting web pages speak for themselves.
In the prototype, a computer user with Internet access could start at a Justice Department Web page, which does not yet exist but is planned for operation in June, then, for example, could look for fugitives, searching by name, city, or date.
A visitor to a web page with an embedded meebo me widget will automatically see a meebo IM window appear on the page with the site owner's online chat availability indicated.
Then he posted the letter on his personal Web page, which he believes is "a clear breach" of the bill's provisions making it illegal to knowingly make indecent material available to minors on the Internet.
In determining in-bound link quality, the reputation of the originating web page was more important than the page's relevance to the keyword "laptop.
Adobe's new PageMill lets you design a sophisticated Web page in minutes.
Optimost's patent-pending software and multivariable testing methodology allow e-commerce companies to create and test thousands (or even millions) of possible permutations of a single Web page to determine which combinations of headlines, price points, graphics, layouts, or any other variables drive the highest conversion rate.
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for Web Development is valuable for Web developers who write HTML code and want to enhance their pages with CSS, Web designers who want to create attractive and standards-compliant Web pages, project managers and IT managers who need to integrate CSS web design into their projects, Webmasters who maintain CSS sites, professionals tasked with meeting Web accessibility requirements, and professionals who need to understand the benefits and implementation techniques of CSS.
SnagIt enables users to capture, edit and share any image, including scrolling windows, objects, menus, video, text, and Web pages and include them in emails and instant messages, PowerPoint presentations, MS Office documents, marketing and sales materials, technical documentation, class handouts, Web sites and blogs.