Our categories about websites are slightly confusing. Here's a simple guide:
|real world websites||websites that only exist in the real world and are written primarily from an out-of-universe perspective||bbc.co.uk/doctorwho|
|websites from the real world||websites mentioned within a narrative, but which also exist in the real world||eBay, YouTube|
|in-universe websites||websites created by the BBC which are written from an in-universe perspective; that is, they treat their fictional subject as if it's a real thing||UNIT website|
|websites and domains||websites that only exist within the DWU, or are substantially different from their real world counterpart||search-wise.net|
For a broader understanding of the semantic difference we find between "real world websites" and "websites from the real world", please go to Floor 500.
“The UNIT website was the official website of the Unified Intelligence Taskforce. It contained...UNIT website