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History of the World Wide Web

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Henry Triana

on 6 October 2014

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Transcript of History of the World Wide Web

History of the World Wide Web
WWW (cont.)
In 1995, Internet Explorer was released and was Netscape's main competition.
Dozens of other browsers existed
"Best viewed on..."
W3C creates a standard were a website must be viewable on every browser.
In 1997, the W3C released HTML 4.0
Most popular and useful tags were merged into one HTML language

Beginning of the WWW
By 1991, Tim created the first browser, the (WorldWideWeb).
Standard has to be made in order for the Web to reach its full potential.
W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) is created.
Attempted uniformity across all browsers
Ensured that the Internet was royalty free
In 1993, Mosaic was the first browser to make the Internet easy to use.
By 1994, Netscape was the most popular browser.

Tim Berners-Lee created the World Wide Web in 1989.
At CERN, Tim proposed a way to make the Internet more accessible to people.
His proposal was not accepted at first.
By 1990, Tim had included three technologies that we still use today.
HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language)
The publishing format for the web.
URI ( Uniform Resource Identifier)
An address unique to each resource on the web.
HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol)
Set of rules that describe how the information would move across the Internet.

Students will be able to understand the history of the world wide web.
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