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home page The first page (loosely the first screen) of information that is retrieved when the use of a URL on the World Wide Web leads to a new server. The home page typically contains introductory information about the facility that has been accessed, together with links to the actual details of services or information.

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home page

home page (also home·page) • n. Comput. the introductory document of an individual's or organization's Web site. It typically serves as a table of contents to the site's other pages or provides links to other sites.

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