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Website vs. Webpage


A website is a collection of linked webpages, including their associated resources that share a unique domain name.

Example: links to the residence life website.


A webpage is a single document (usually an HTML document), which displays in a web browser such as Firefox, Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer or Edge, or Apple’s Safari.

Example links to the move-in webpage on the residence life website.

How Do I Remember the Difference?

Here are some helpful ways to remember the difference: 

website is a deck of cards.
webpage is a single card in a deck.
website is the whole book.
webpage is a single page in the book.
website is the whole museum.
webpage is a single painting.

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