- It can (typically) have Webpage Content.
- It can (typically) be wrapped in HTML.
- It can (typically) have a Webpage Title.
- It can be displayed on a Web Browser.
- It can be a Part Of a Web Page Set, such as a Website.
- It can be crawled by a Web Surfer, Web Spider, ...
- It can range from being a Web Form.
- It can range from being a Pure HTML Page to being a Flash Page to being ...
- It can have zero or more Outgoing Web Links.
- It can have zero or more Incoming Web Links.
- It can range from being a Landing Webpage to being a Redirect Webpage.
- It can range from being a Static Webpage to being a Dynamic Webpage (such as a web-generated webpage)
- See: Information Retrieval, Mirror Detection Task, Web Server.
- A web page or webpage is a document or resource of information that is suitable for the World Wide Web and can be accessed through a web browser and displayed on a monitor or mobile device.
- This information is usually in HTML or XHTML format, and may provide navigation to other webpages via hypertext links.
- Webpages may be retrieved from a local computer or from a remote web server. The web server may restrict access only to a private network, e.g. a corporate intranet, or it may publish pages on the World Wide Web. Webpages are requested and served from web servers using Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP).
- Webpages may consist of files of static text stored within the web server's file system (static webpages), or the web server may construct the (X)HTML for each webpage when it is requested by a browser (dynamic webpages). Client-side scripting can make webpages more responsive to user input once in the client browser.