- n. Plural form of webpage.
“The fact that I know less than nothing about creating webpages is a little bit of a problem, but I am taking it all in stride and treating this as a learning experience.”
“While there are some obvious bugs, this technique demonstrates how revealing embedding microformats in webpages can become a great tool for data discovery and manipulation.”
“Faviki allows you to tag webpages with Wikipedia terms.”
“We all know that using tables in our webpages is a big no-no, and frankly, most of us have done it at one time or another--especially when inheriting a new website that has no viable CSS structure and a lot of restrictions.”
“Now, there is a QuickTime Alternative. it support playing movie files that are stored on you computer as well as QuickTime content embedded in webpages.”
“If you're serious about your business and blog, optimizing your webpages is a must.”
“The reason it is so small is the scrollwheel that sits next to it for scrolling through webpages, which is cool but it's hard to sacrifice the size of a normal trackpad.”
“The unique feature of it is that a small invitation window for instant chat will pop up from the webpages, which is initiated by an invitation button and once the button is clicked by one user and the invitation accepted by the other user, the conversation will be established.”
“I've made a half-hearted attempt to use Zotero in the past, and there are a bunch of things about it that I really like (most notably the ability to save and annotate webpages, which is particularly important to me because part of what I study is Internet culture), but there are also a few things about it that I don't like (not free-standing, impossible to look at multiple things at once).”
“A browser toolbar that will allow users to tag webpages and store the information to a profile.”
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