Web Terminology
Some web terminology may be useful, as most of the Internet users probably do not understand, or may not be aware of various aspects of a web site.
Internet The Internet, often referred to as the world wide web, extends around the world, and consists of millions of web sites.  An intranet is a web network that is normally internal to an organization.  An extranet is a web on the Internet that has restricted access, often limited to an organization's customers.
Web A web is a collection of web pages associated with a topic.  These web pages may include information pages, data reports, graphics, and photos.  The web may be interactive, and may display different sets of data depending upon options selected by the user, such as a shopping web site.  The web may have restricted access, such as for customers or members, and require a login.  The web may be for internal or personal use only.
Web Space Web Space is the disk space that a web uses on a server (computer) that is connected to the Internet.
Domain A domain is the unique name of an Internet web, and the registration of a domain ensures the uniqueness of the domain name.  A domain is in the format of myDomain.com, myAntiqueBusiness.com, and HelpTheLocalKids.org.  There are many extensions to domain names.  The .com extension is normally associated with a business (commercial), and is also used for general or personal web sites (common).  The .org extension is usually associated with an organization.  Domain names are not case-sensitive, but a domain may be displayed as above for readability, as many domain names are the concatenation of a few words.  Note, myDomain.com and myDomain.org are 2 different domains.
Browser The browser is the tool the user uses to access and view various webs on the Internet.  Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator are two of the most common browsers.
HTML Hypertext Markup Language is the hidden set of syntax (tags) within web pages the browser interprets to properly display the contents of a web page.  A common tag is the anchor <a> tag, which is used to make a particular word, phrase, or image active on a web page.  When a user executes a mouse-click on an anchor tag, the user is directed to another web page or to another location on the current web page.

A web page often has a .htm or .html extension.  Other common web pages have a .asp or .aspx extension.  These web pages have embedded hidden HTML syntax.