Ah, yes, it's true that I generally use 'at' when I give the URL and on when I give the name of the website.Normall I use something like "it's on my website at http://www.duckswild.com"
(We normally say at an address for references other than the Internet as well, e.g. you can send mail to me at 1234 Sample Road, Somewhere, XX or you can send me a fax at 555 555-1000)
Just a quick peripheral question: would you say "I'm the admin of the website 'wordreference.com'"?Hello Krigannie, and welcome to the WR Forum!
In your context I would say I am the administrator of the xxx.com website. (If you are the only administrator.)
or I am an administrator of the... (if there are other administrators.)
We need a complete sentence for each question in order to be sure we are answering your question correctly.Doing something at a website
Some information on a website???
Hi there, I'm reviving an old thread here but I hope someone can answer this.Ah, yes, it's true that I generally use 'at' when I give the URL and on when I give the name of the website.
It's a website address. I would probably go for "at" but really, you could use either: I'm sure I've come across both in that sort of context.When talking about something you saw on a specific website, like a job advertisement, would you then say "I'm writing in reference to the advertisement you posted at Indeed.com" or "on Indeed.com"? Is it considered a name or a URL?