A set of interconnected webpages, usually including a homepage, generally located on the same server, and prepared and maintained as a collection of information by a person, group, or organization.
The transition from World Wide Web site to Web site to website seems to have progressed as rapidly as the technology itself. The development of website as a single uncapitalized word mirrors the development of other technological expressions which have tended to evolve into unhyphenated forms as they become more familiar. Thus email has recently been gaining ground over the forms E-mail and e-mail, especially in texts that are more technologically oriented. Similarly, there has been an increasing preference for closed forms like homepage, online, and printout.
An organization's presence or an individual's presence on the World Wide Web. A Web site is a collection of Web pages, which are documents coded in HTML that are linked to each other and very often to pages on other Web sites. A Web site is hosted on a server by its owner or at an ISP. It may share space on the server with other Web sites, reside on a server dedicated to that Web site only or be on multiple dedicated servers. To qualify as a Web site, the Web server must be available on the Internet 24 hours a day. See Web vs. Internet, Internet domain name, ISP, HTML, HTTP and intranet.