What is the difference between a web source and web site?

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My biology project says I need to cite 3 web sources. It even goes on to say NOT to use a web site or points will be taken off. I don't know what the difference is. Is a web source like britannica?

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anna:
A web source is the actual quote and information location on a web site. For instance: Yahoo Answers is a web site. This page with your question and its answers is a web source.
johnm:
I would guess a web source is sometimes listed on a web site. Like the Notes section of any Wikipedia article, where it lists source books and such that form the basis and support any statements in the Wiki article. Britannica does the same.
Jeff P:
Web source, web site–both mean the same to me. I would ask your instructor for clarification.
Yami:
Spiders, dust, apache web server.
If they're going to be a smart-***, screw it.
Peter x:
Two letters?

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