welcome page

welcome page

[′wel·kəm ‚pāj]
(computer science)
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That will take you through to the welcome page where you can click on the How to Play icon.
This will direct you to the National Express East Coast Reader Offer welcome page, which will guide you through the simple booking instructions.
The website welcome page says: "No family should have to suffer the same tragic consequences brought about by young, foolish, reckless and dangerous drivers.
The Fitchburg Police rely on information provided by the citizens of Fitchburg," the welcome page reads.
uk/railthiswilldirect you to the National Express reader offer welcome page, which will guide you through the simple booking instructions.
Details of this are available on the Welcome Page of the Member's Area.
Signage at the new Doncaster makes at least two references to 'official's', where it should be 'officials', and the welcome page in Saturday's racecard tripped over 'its' and 'day's'.
The company said that when a customer initiates wireless Internet access, a welcome screen displays local maps, local search and links to weather, movie times and local advertising and the business owner can select to display the localised welcome page information from either Google or Yahoo
a Welcome page with an overview of the week's activities,
In the text I'm looking at now on the Plasmatic Welcome page, I can see a whole paragraph whose absence would completely obviate the need for scrolling and improve the Plasmatic offer no end.
Reverend Alfred Williams from Barry, who has contacted the company's clients to canvass their views on the poster said, ``It is interesting to note that the company has since changed its original welcome page, suggesting that the crucifix is an ancient pagan symbol and not peculiar to Christianity.
The welcome page offers different user options, and there are new applications, including a photo package that links to the net and a digital music file program.