A web page is a document commonly written in HyperText Markup Language (HTML) that is accessible through the Internet or other network using an Internet browser. A web page is accessed by entering a URL address and may contain text, graphics, and hyperlinks to other web pages and files. The page you are reading now is an example of a web page.
To view a web page requires a browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, or Chrome). For example, you are reading this web page using a browser. Once in a browser, you can open a web page by entering the URL in the address bar.
If you don't know the URL of the website you want to visit, you can use a search engine to find the web page or use the search on the website containing the web page.
Yes. A website refers to a central location that contains more than one web page. For example, FreshSites.co.uk is considered a website, which includes hundreds of different web pages, including this web page you are reading now.