Ruby Chen
The website hasn't been released on internet. Is it right to say the website by the verb "released"?
Aug 24, 2014 6:53 PM
Answers · 6
This website isn't live yet. This website hasn't been launched yet. This website isn't publicly available yet. This website isn't available to the public yet. This website can't be accessed by the public yet. This website is still in beta, it isn't live yet. This website is still being tested, it isn't live yet.
August 24, 2014
hasn't benn released to the {public,users} of internet
August 24, 2014
We would only use "released" when talking about software or mobile phone apps. It isn't normal to say a website has been released.
August 24, 2014
My choices: "... launched on the internet." or "... been uploaded to the internet.".
August 24, 2014
My choices: 1st = launched / 2nd = activated / 3rd = made available to the public
August 24, 2014
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