from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The opening or main page of a website, intended chiefly to greet visitors and provide information about the site or its owner.
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- n. Alternative form of home page.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the opening page of a web site
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(Also, my homepage is the second result for a search of my last name alone.)
It was the first thing that popped up today, because my homepage is a news website.
The HEDS Digitization Service link on the homepage is also worth exploring.
Under the tab at the top of the homepage is a link to their Calligraphy Center.
The purpose of the homepage is to get people off the homepage. (hat tip to Manny Rivas)
AOL last month revamped its main homepage, increasing its emphasis on video and other sourced content, as well as local content, in an effort to turn around steep declines in advertising revenue and traffic to its websites.
Morning of Feb. 14, the Blip. fm homepage is blank.
The BBC UK politics homepage is as unbiased as ever.
It uses Artificial Intelligence to determine if a homepage is written by a man or woman.
Their homepage is visually stimulating and easy to navigate, and first-time visitors may wish to look over their various thematic sections to get a sense of the magazine's general tone and perspective.