Do you log on or logon to a website?

Subject: Do you log on or logon to a website?
From: "Lisa Romie" <lisaromie -at- hotmail -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 19 Apr 2005 12:20:45 -0400


When documenting user instructions that involove logging on to a website, can anyone offer some guidance on the following?

Do users log onto, on to, into, or in to a website? Or do users logon or login to a website. In my case, after users have logged on to the college website, they also have to log on again to another page, actually they are logging on to the Blackboard Learning System, to gain access to individual information (grades, class schedules, etc.) Does the user log in to the Learning System or log on

If it matters, users can also access the Blackboard system without first going through the college site.

Thanks for any help you can offer.

Lisa



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