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"auf" would be the choice here. You can find numerous examples by doing a web search for "auf www". "an" does not fit. "bei" would have a meaning of "near" or "close to" in this context which would sound weird for a web address. Edit: As suggested in the comments, "unter" is also good in this case. There is a subtle difference though: "auf" refers to the ...
"auf etwas stoßen" is used if you find/discover/explore something (e.g. minerals, resources) Ich bin auf Bodenschätze gestoßen. "gegen etwas stoßen" is used if you collide with something (e.g. doors/tables/stones/windows) Er ist gegen die Tür gestoßen. "an etwas stoßen" is used if you collide with something either physically (table) or ideologically ...
"Sich an etwas stoßen" is used as well in German. If you hit something, you use "an" and "gegen" (to crash into / to collide with something). You physically hit it and sometimes it hurts. It's "auf" if you find / discover / explore something (see the other answer). This does not only apply to minerals but also in case you rediscover old stuff that you ...
The German verbal prefix be- is a hint that the verb is transitive. So the simplest construction would be: Besuchen Sie unsere Webseite. Besuchen Sie uns auf unserer Webseite is another possibility, as already said above. In connection with Seite "auf" is used. Das steht im Buch auf Seite 17.
This depends on the case of the following noun. The preposition in demands accusative or dative. in + dative The preposition has the form im incorporating the article dem. Ich gehe im Park spazieren. in + accusative The preposition keeps the form in not incorporating the article den. Ich gehe in den Park, um Martin zu treffen.
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