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[ hohm-peyj ]
/ ˈhoʊmˌpeɪdʒ /
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noun Digital Technology.

Also called in·dex page, main page . the initial page of a website, usually containing an introduction and links to its contents:The TV station's homepage is updated immediately with breaking news.
the default page displayed when an internet browser first opens:Most users set their homepage to an email or search engine portal, or a news website.
a personal website: I love his homepage, especially all the photos and videos.



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Origin of homepage

First recorded in 1990–95; home (in the sense “base of operations”) + (web) page
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British Dictionary definitions for homepage

home page


computing (on a website) the main document relating to an individual or institution that provides introductory information about a website with links to the actual details of services or information provided
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