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Question regarding W3.org standard

From: Sara Callahan-Santo <sara.callahan-santo@icrossing.com>
Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2003 10:35:14 -0700
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Cc: Erin Mitchell <erin.mitchell@icrossing.com>, Lance Faulkner <lance.faulkner@icrossing.com>
Dear World Wide Web Consortium,

 

I have seen the term 'web site' and 'website' and 'web-site' used
interchangeably in the industry and on your w3.org site.

 

Can you tell me the w3.org stance on this term or direct me to an email
resource who can answer this question?

 

Thanks,

 

Sara

 

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