A webpage, or web page, is a document or file displayed on the World Wide Web. It is typically written in HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) or another markup language that defines the structure and layout of the content. Webpages are accessed through a web browser and contain various elements such as text, images, videos, links, forms, and interactive elements.

Webpages are the building blocks of websites, which are collections of related webpages interconnected through hyperlinks. Each webpage has a unique address called a URL (Uniform Resource Locator), which allows users to access it directly.

Webpages can be static or dynamic. Static webpages display the same content to all users and do not change unless manually updated. On the other hand, dynamic webpages can generate real-time content, responding to user input or data from a database. This allows for more interactive and personalized experiences on the web.

Webpages are designed to be viewed on various devices, including desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. They can be created by individuals, businesses, organizations, or institutions to provide information, showcase products or services, engage users, and facilitate communication and interaction on the Internet.