A personal website, a corporate website for a corporation, a government website, an organization website, and so on are all examples of websites. Websites are often dedicated to a specific theme or purpose and can be the product of an individual, a corporation, or another organization. Because each website can link to another website, the line between separate sites as perceived by the user might become blurred.
To access content on some websites, users must first register or subscribe. Many business websites, news websites, academic journal websites, gaming websites, file-sharing websites, message boards, web-based email, social networking websites, websites that provide real-time stock market data, and websites that provide various other services are examples of subscription websites.While "web site" was the initial spelling, it is now rarely used, and "website" has become the accepted standard. This modification has been reflected in all major style guides, including The Chicago Manual of Style and the AP Stylebook.