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List of web directories
A Web directory is a listing of Web sites organized in a hierarchy or interconnected list of categories.
The following is a list of notable Web directory services.
- Hotfrog – one of the largest collections of business directories in the World.
- Jasmine Directory - Lists websites by topic and by region.
- Sources – general subject web portal for journalists, freelance writers, editors, authors and researchers; in addition to a search engine it includes a subject-based directory.
- World Wide Web Virtual Library (VLIB) – oldest directory of the Web.
- DOAJ.org – Directory of Open Access Journals
- 2345.com – Chinese web directory founded in 2005. The website is the second most used web directory in China.
- Alleba – Filipino search engine website, with directory.
- Timway – web portal and directory primarily serving Hong Kong.
- AboutUs.org – directory from 2005 to 2013.
- Anime Web Turnpike – was a web directory founded in August 1995 by Jay Fubler Harvey. It served as a large database of links to various anime and manga websites.
- Biographicon – directory of biographical entries.
- DMOZ (also known as Open Directory Project) – largest directory of the Web. Its open content is mirrored at many sites. Offline since March 2017.
- Google Directory – copy of DMOZ directory, with sites listed in PageRank order within each category. Closed in July 2011.
- Internet Public Library – librarian-edited directory, product of a merger with the Librarians' Internet Index (LII) in 2010. Closed in June 2015.
- Intute – directory of websites for study and research. Maintenance stopped in July 2011, archives remain available.
- LookSmart – operated several vertical directories from 1995 to 2006.
- Lycos' TOP 5% – from 1995 until 2000 it aimed to list the Web's top 5% of Websites.
- Yahoo! Directory– first service that Yahoo! offered. Closed in December 2014.
- Yahoo! Kids – oldest online search directory for children, until its discontinuation as of April 30, 2013.
- Zeal – volunteer-built Web directory; it was introduced in 1999, acquired by LookSmart in 2000, and shut down in 2006.