A webpage is a document that is designed to be displayed in a web browser. A webpage usually contains text and images formatted in HTML. Occasionally, other types of content are also embedded in webpages, such as Flash videos and music files. Webpages are so called because they are said to reside on the World Wide Web. In fact, the World Wide Web is, by definition, the complete collection of publicly accessible webpages that are published on the Internet. A collection of webpages pertaining to the same topic, and hosted on the same domain, is called a website.
A website is a collection of Web Pages. Whenever we enter a URL or website domain name, the first page we see is a Home Page. A website is well synchronized with all the key information like mission, vision, goal, works and contact of the company. A website is accessible through a domain name with internet connection.
A website is of two types:
1) Static Website
2) Dynamic Website
Refers to the process of navigating a network of information resources in the World Wide Web, which is organized as hypertext or hypermedia.The user interface that is used to do so is called a web browser.
Is a phrase used to describe webpages that are designed to "spam Google search results" using SEO tactics that are against Google publishers guidelines. Pages that use webspam to improve search engine results page (SERP) rankings typically use black hat SEO tactics such as keyword stuffing or cloaking, the latter of which involves employing misleading redirects and/or doorway pages of websites.
Refers to SEO tactics that are in line with the terms and conditions of the major search engines, including Google.
Refers to the number of words in a document while you type.
Is a content management system based on PHP & MySQL. Features include a plugin architecture and a template system. It is most associated with blogging but supports other types of web content including more traditional mailing lists and forums, media galleries, and online stores.
Widgets are interactive elements, usually from third party developers, that you can add to a site, blog, mobile screen, and other devices.