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or Web page  (wĕb′pāj′)
A document on the World Wide Web, consisting of a hypertext file and any related files for scripts and graphics, and often hyperlinked to other documents on the Web.

Web′ page`

n. Computers.
1. a single, usu. hypertext document on the World Wide Web that can incorporate text, graphics, sounds, etc.
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Noun1.web page - a document connected to the World Wide Web and viewable by anyone connected to the internet who has a web browserweb page - a document connected to the World Wide Web and viewable by anyone connected to the internet who has a web browser
home page, homepage - the opening page of a web site
text file, document - (computer science) a computer file that contains text (and possibly formatting instructions) using seven-bit ASCII characters
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