Website

Development

What is a website?

Definition:

A website is a collection of publicly accessible, interlinked Web pages that share a single domain name.

Analogy:

A website is like a house.

The key web pages are the main rooms of the house, like the bedrooms, bathrooms, and kitchen.

Additionally, think of key assets on the page, like text, pictures, video, and more, as the furniture and appliances that populate the room and help the room achieve its purpose. The bedroom’s purpose is to be a place where the resident sleeps, and the bed is a key feature that helps the room achieve its purpose.

In other words:

A website is a collection of many web pages, which are digital files written using HTML(HyperText Markup Language).

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Additional Learnings

Pre-Product Score

10

This is a term that you NEED to know before launching a product because you absolutely need a website before you go live. A website is your homepage, it is where people can find you and information about you. If you aren't familiar with what a website is, stop everything you're doing and learn this term.

Live-Product Score

10

This is a term that you NEED to know after launching a product as well because you still need a website when you are live. A website is your homepage, it is where people can find you and information about you. If you aren't familiar with what a website is, or have a product but not a website, stop everything you're doing and go put together a website.

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