What is the difference between available from and available on?
Do the following sentences have a different meaning?
Check the information available from [URL of a web page].
Check the information available on [URL of a web page].
My interpretation is that they mean, respectively:
- Check the information you find in that page, and in any page with a link in that page.
- Check the information you find in that page.
Is that a correct interpretation? Is it the current meaning?