of a Website
1. The Visible Page
A webpage is a document presenting text, images, sounds and/or other elements
on the Internet through a browser program. If a web site has more than one page, each
page will have links to one or more of the others. Main navigation links lead
to sections, subnavigation links lead to the pages within a section. Usually
each page has a title and possibly a logo.
Web pages vary to suit the
type of information they contain. Most sites include contact information. Photos
and other images are common. Galleries present small versions of images called
thumbnails, which when clicked take the visitor to full-size versions. Text
is generally organized into columns, just as in a print document.
To see what's 'under the hood', see "The Code". For more info, follow the hotlinks in the
right column of this page.