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home page

Online The first screen or main page of a website when entering the web; the main web page for a business, organization, person or the main page of a collection of web pages. See Browser, Internet, Web.
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Yahoo's new home page also shows snippets of text from each story, borrowing a page from the Google playbook that Mayer helped write.
Go online to http://www.afpc.af.mil/shareemediaidocument/AFD-110929-007.pdf for a detailed walk-through of the new features on the AFPERS home pages. (Air Force Personnel, Services and Manpower public affairs)
Navigation could be made much more efficient for the user with the addition of a search function on the home page, the board policies page, or any of the school pages.
The company said businesses, non-profit groups and schools can now establish individual Google home pages, incorporating options such as shared news feeds, expense systems and calendars, with the rest defined by users.
home page will deliver a dynamic, interactive and easy-to-use consumer experience via AJAX and DHTML technologies.
For those who are already familiar with the AT & L Integrated Framework Chart, the various sections are also hot-linked to the enlarged views directly from the image on the home page of the site.
This discussion board is open to everyone and available on the home page at www.acpe.org.
In his company's study, nearly 25 percent of the sites had obvious typographical errors, some on the home page.
Many publishers find conversion rates drop when a prospect from a print or online promotion comes to the home page of a newsletter.
Home page. Retrieved November 20, 2004, from http:// wave.ldc.upenn.edu/.

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