A group of individual Web pages linked together into a single, multipage document. The term Web site also is sometimes used to describe a whole Web server or all pages on a particular domain .
The person responsible for the management and maintenance of a particular Web page or Web site. Sometimes (but not always) also the Web page's author.
Automated routines, used throughout Windows, for conveniently performing a step-by-step procedure, such as installing FrontPage 2003 .
A set of Internet computers and services that provide an easy-to-use system for finding information and moving among resources. Do not confuse with FrontPage Web site .
Short for "What You See Is What You Get," a way of describing Web-authoring programs such as FrontPage 2003 , which show you the page as it will appear online while you work on it.