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web page

A single page on a website—e.g., a home page.
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Adapt the web page to their needs--just as you would with any other target audience of the institution's website.
If you want to add your own recommendations of Web pages to these collections, contact us (see email at the end of this article).
The two library assignments, web page evaluation and developing a research strategy to find a popular and scholarly article, gave the librarian the opportunity to provide individual feedback to the students and to provide the scaffolding to enable them to select and cite sources for their bibliographies.
The last thing you want is a slow Web page," McDowell says.
However, static postings of documents to Web sites do not pose the level of threat to good management of records as does the creation of Web pages that include hyperlinks or embedded documents for download.
Then the next step was to identify the target audiences of the web page and tailor the presentation of the collected materials to suit those needs.
The content of club Web pages is all important issue that raises questions of unrelated business taxable income (UBTI) and potential loss of exempt status.
Although Tempe's CAU can provide members of the department with additional reports and individual requests, the Web page allows employees to access commonly requested information without having to directly contact the unit.
While similar in many respects, each interprets the Web page language, HTML, a little differently.
Elsevier allows the client to select relevant titles from the list available on their Web page and then new TOCs are automatically sent to him/her via e-mail.
Also, advertisements are part of the automatically delivered e-mail Web page.
Browsers read and interpret hypertext markup language (HTML), the programming language of Web pages.