- n. alternative spelling of web page.
“However, the link on CNN's main web-page to this article has now identified Sanford as "Unfaitful Gov" for the last two days in a row.”
“Most often, it involves some variable of creating valuable content, then adding an opt-in form on a landing page, web-page or blog page and relying on some combination of advertising, organic search and social media to drive traffic to the page with the form.”
“If anyone can help direct me to a web-page with a picture of a cake in the shape of a carrot (preferably a decorated cake), I would greatly appreciate it.”
“Also, they seem to be aiming for something more like an integrated web-page builder than a simple set of web applications.”
“The e-government website has been redesigned, the presidential web-page is also awaiting change of design.”
“Finally, there are rumors that Russian FSB security service officers are in Chisinau, helping communist to deal with protesters (they have the experience), Russian MFA stated on their web-page that the “elections results in Moldova are in the interest of Moldovan and Russian people”, while Minister Lavrov stated to the media “he does not see a reason why there should be another round of elections”.”
“The Google Email/Share button allows you to easily share or email any web-page with your friends.”
“Find a valid reference pertaining to nested hierarchies that contradicts the ISSS web-page on the summary of hierarchy theory.”
“I looked specifically at this bank's web-page and see that:”
“Click here for a web-page in her honour, a biography and devotions.”
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