A location on the Internet that contains information; a website is made up of one or more often, many web pages. Websites can be personal, informational, static, dynamic, business, reference, entertainment or based on some other reason for being created. Websites are housed or hosted on a server. One or more sites can be on one server. Many sites can be on more than one physical server in more than one physical location. Websites run programs to provide access to whatever the host would like the user to see or do. Those programs are accessed and utilized through a browser. Current browsers can see video, HTML, access sound and music and can be interactive. A single website on the WWW could be equated to a single street address in the world, each web page being a room within the building at that address.

See also: IE, WWW.
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