Lets start in the beginning. Do you know what WWW stands for? It stands for world wide web.
Website and Webpage mean the same thing. A web address never has a space.
Your web browser (what you are you using to look at this webpage) comes with many features. We will tell you about that.
First of all, one of the best parts is favorites or bookmarks. This is just like a book mark you put in a book, instead on the Internet. You click on the icon for it and then click add bookmark or favorites. You may get to name it or the title of the page is the name of the book mark or favorite. In AOL, you have a little icon in the right corner. It is the shape of a heart, if you click on this, it goes to your list and adds it to your list.
On the browser you also have a forwards or backwards (back) button. If you click on the back button you go to the page you just were. If you want to go back to the page you were at then you pressed back, you press forward and it brings it there.
There is a stop button which stops the webpage from loading the rest of it. You might press this if you realize you did not want to go to that stop at the last minute. This saves you a lot of time.
There is a search button that brings you to a search engine. This is also a time saver, so you do not have to type in the search engine web address.
There is a home button which brings you to page that loads when you open the browser.
There is a reload (refresh) button that refreshes that webpage. You might use this on a news webpage where they update it all the time. When you refresh it, it brings up the upgraded site. But not all sites are changing every minute, so it wont give you an updated site that is not updated.
There may be more buttons, but these are the most important and common buttons.
A web address never has a space in it and sometimes (there are more) ends in one of these:
.com means commercial
.org means orginization
.gov means government
.edu means school (education)
.uk means United Kingdom
.htm means hyper text markup
.html means hyper text markup language
If the website you're looking for is from another country it might end in the country's abbrevations.