One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An isolated part of a website, especially one that is password-protected or that is not obviously accessible from the main page.
- ‘In Web terms, the controversy may appear as a subweb loosely connected to a topic's main theme or by pages widely distributed across sites, not interlinked, but sharing controversy-related keywords.’
- ‘Most folks use subwebs for protecting browser access to certain pages, but you can also use subwebs for managing the collaborative development efforts of a team.’
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