A website is a set of pages or files that are located under a single domain name. It is a collection of pages linked together, including references to other resources that are available under a single domain. Each page of the site contains direct links that allow the user to navigate from one website page to another quickly. A site can consist of one page or multiple pages, each of which is a text file or a set of pages written in a particular markup or programming language. Websites can be either single pages or many pages connected through various links. For example, YouTube can choose a unique algorithm for each user based on clicking on multiple connections. A website consists of many files: text content, code, styles, media content, and others.
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