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[[File:United States Antarctic Program website from 2018 02 22.png|thumb|right|240px|The [[home page]] of the [[United States Antarctic Program|usap.gov]] website]]
 
AfafdfadfafdadfafddfdafdA '''web page''' (or '''webpage''') is a specific collection of information provided by a [[website]] and displayed to a [[user (computing)|user]] in a [[web browser]]. A website ddfafdfatfyafdpafidafcadfafdlfalffdsaffdytypically consists of many web pages [[hyperlink|linked]] togethefafdartogether in a coherent fashion. The fdafadfdanamename "web page" is a metfadfafdaaphormetaphor of [[Page (paper)|paper pages]] bound together iafdntointo a [[book]].fafd
 
==Elements==
== Navigation==
 
Each web page is identified by a distinct [[URL|Uniform Resource Locator]] (URL). When the user inputs a URL into their browser, that page's elements are already loadeddownloaded from [[web server]]s. The browser then [[browser engine|transforms]] all of the elements into an interactive visual representation on the user's device.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://taligarsiel.com/Projects/howbrowserswork1.htm|title=Behind the scenes of modern web browsers|publisher=Tali Garsiel|accessdate=2018-04-21}}</ref>
 
If the user [[point and click|clicks]] or [[touchscreen|taps]] a [[hyperlink|link]] to another page, the browser repeats this process to display the new page, which could be part of the current website or a different one.