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webmistress

Webmistress

Used in some circles to indicate a female Webmaster. Sometimes, "Webperson" is used, but "Webmaster" is the predominant term. See Webmaster.
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In doing the Web site I found that everyone wanted to send Gillian something and they want to get back a photo," said Schmidt, who previously served as NF Webmistress.
Training company Computer Tutors has swapped the traditional Webmaster for Webmistress for its latest package exclusive to women.
Geared to 33,000 medical terms, "it is as user-friendly to the patient as the doctor," says Celia Boyer, HON's webmistress.