Preposition Problem

dian   Wednesday, November 19, 2003, 08:42 GMT
What preposition should I use when we refer to a website? For example:

"This announcement is published on/at/in".

When we refer to the "website" itself, what preposition should we use? Such as in: "You can also find this information on/in/at this website."

Thanks for your help.
mjd   Wednesday, November 19, 2003, 09:14 GMT

One can find information about learning English at

I post on a forum on the Antimoon web site.
dian   Thursday, November 20, 2003, 09:20 GMT
Can I conclude as follows:
1. We use "at" before a name of a website, such as
2. We use "on" before a more general reference name, such as "on the Antimoon web site".

Is it correct?

So that, when I want to refer to a website, it should be like this:

1. "This information was first published on Microsoft website."
2. "The more information about the latest virus update can be found at the following website"