Phrenicea QuikPoll! #22
Language evolves. Dictionary spelling and definitions reflect established usage by the masses. Example: The now mature word "screenplay" transitioned over the years from the words screen + play, as evidenced in credits from old movies and early TV shows.

Current references to the relatively nascent term "web site" vary. Merriam-Webster Unabridged and Newsweek keep the words separate, while TIME magazine uses website. The Associated Press Stylebook (the "journalist's bible") uses Web site.

Which do you believe will eventually win out?

— website
— web site
— Web site
Here are the final results:
website 99%
web site 1%
Web site 0%
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