how the first websites looked like

How the first websites  looked like


World Wide Web

After subsequent lectures I start, reflecting on forms of web pages, … the first inquiry which comes to my mind… is the question: how the first websites  looked like? and who has initiated the modern form of www pages.

The first forms of today’s websites  have been launched by the Tim Berners-Lee

Tim Berners-Lee  published the first website in August 1991. He joined the first Internet communication (which has been used for decades as  – email, communication) with hypertext (which also existed for a long time, but its use was limited to viewing the information on a single computer).

Hypertext is an organization of data in the form of independent connections to the hyperlinks. Web pages are written in a markup language called HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language). Early versions of the language were very limited and only gave websites basic structure in the form of headers and paragraphs as well as the ability to use references (links). Despite these limitations, it was a completely new and different from of communication – users in a very easy way  be able to move between the various parties, keep up the links and ‘jumping’ from page to page.

Tim Berners-Lee -website  from 1992

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