Student or Learner
Which is correct:
Find the information in the website.
Find the information on the website.
And which is more correct:
To log on to the company website.
To log in to the company website.
what's wrong with 'log in to"?
I think one could either log on to a website or log in to a website. I usually log in.
I think either is logical, as long as one is consistent.
If one logs in, one logs out.
If one logs on, one logs off. - I think.
Anyway, I would say log in to website.
I agree with Buggles, but I wouldn't argue with Proesl. (I log on and log off, or, sometimes, as with this one, I log in and out.)
Last edited by RonBee; 07-Aug-2009 at 18:22. Reason: add something ("in and")
Thank you all for your input and advice.
Seems consistency is the key.