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KHS , Dec 5, Normall I use something like "it's on my website at http: Krigannie New Member Russian - Russia. I'm sorry for asking a question in a very dated discussion, but I have a question which is related to this topic and I don't feel like creating a new one. My question is what preposition do I have to use here - ''on'' or ''of''. I feel like both are okay, but I kind of like ''on'' better. I want to hear what native speakers have to say about this. Krigannie , Oct 28, Hello Krigannie, and welcome to the WR Forum!
In your context I would say I am the administrator of the xxx. If you are the only administrator. Doing something at a website Some information on a website??? Cagey , Dec 15, You must log in or sign up to reply here. Share This Page Tweet. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? No, create an account now.
Dec 15, · I would say that "on" is the most usual, but "at" would be possible in some cases, for example: "you can make a payment at the website" (or generally where the website is the place where an action takes place, rather than where something simply is). However, I would usually expect: "the details are on the website". A website's "address" is a "Uniform Resource Locator" or URL. These terms connote the idea of website as "place". In this case the file would be at the website location. However, if you think of the website as a virtual (or physical) place, then you would visit us "at" our website (or "at" our home, "at" our shop, "at" our office etc.). Equally, as was pointed out, you may simply visit our website, our office, our home, etc without the need for a preposition at all. I hope this helps.