Web

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A web is a silken structure created by a spider.

Web may also refer to:

Computing[edit]

  • World Wide Web or "the Web", a hypertext system that operates over the Internet
    • Web 2.0, a perceived transition of the Web from a collection of Web sites to a full-fledged computing platform serving Web applications
    • WorldWideWeb, the first web browser and editor
    • Web (web browser), the web browser included with GNOME desktop environment (previously known as Epiphany)
    • Web.com, a public company that offers websites and other services for small businesses and consumers
    • Webs (web hosting), a website which allows users to create free websites
    • Web computing, a type of computation that relies on distribution of computing to web clients.
  • WEB, a computer programming system created by Donald Knuth to implement literate programming

Mathematics[edit]

Publications[edit]

Television, radio and film[edit]

  • WEBS (AM), a radio station at 1030 kHz, licensed to Calhoun, Georgia, United States
  • The Web (film), a 1947 film noir thriller
  • The Web (TV series), a mystery/suspense anthology series
  • "Web" (Law & Order: Special Victims Unit), an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
  • Webs (film), a 2003 sci-fi movie
  • The Web, a dangerous region of space in the ReBoot universe
  • West End Broadcast (WeB FM), a radio station in Newcastle, England, that was a forerunner of NE1fm
  • "The Web", an episode from the first season of the British science-fiction series Blake's 7

Miscellaneous[edit]

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