Parts of a Web Page
Header: This is the top part of a Web document. You can usually find the title of the page and the URL here.
Title bar: This contains the title that the Web designer named the page.
Toolbar: This is where you find the buttons to navigate the Web. In your browser you can change the page you will get when clicking on the home button.
URL or Location: This is where the Web address for the page you are viewing will appear. This information is vital if you plan to cite Web documents in your papers.
Body: This is where the text or content of a Web page will be found.
Footer: This usually contains information about the page author or the sponsor. You may also find the last time the page was updated here.
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