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or home page  (hōm′pāj′)
1. The opening or main page of a website, intended chiefly to greet visitors and provide information about the site or its owner.
2. The first webpage that a web browser displays when the browser is opened.

home page



(Computer Science) computing (on a website) the main document relating to an individual or institution that provides introductory information about a website with links to the actual details of services or information provided

home′ page`

or home′page`,

n. Computers.
1. the initial page of a site on the World Wide Web.
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Noun1.home page - the opening page of a web site
web page, webpage - a document connected to the World Wide Web and viewable by anyone connected to the internet who has a web browser
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home page

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