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What is HTML?

Definition of HTML

HTML is for HyperText Markup Language. This is a language for creating a Web page using markup, which explains the structure of web pages, so it is also called building blocks for web pages. 307 more words

Definition Of Html

Aug 6-1991: The World Wide Web is Born

Tim Berners-Lee launches the world’s first ever website – info.cern.ch – and web server.   The first web page address was http://info.cern.ch/hypertext/WWW/TheProject.html, which centered on information regarding the world wide web project including how to use a browser and set up a web server. 493 more words

Internet Bill Of Rights

Aug 6: Dawn of a New Era and End of Another

August 6th marks the beginning of new eras in many ways – from the entry into the age of atomic weapons with the bombing of Hiroshima, to the space age with a Soviet cosmonaut spending a day in space, to the internet age with the birth of the world wide web, as well as a new era for African-Americans thanks to the Voting Rights Act signed on this day.   434 more words


Who Invented the World Wide Web?

Our lives today have become both synonymous and dependent on the internet. From gathering precious information to staying up to date with news, the internet has opened doors that no one ever thought of. 55 more words

Tim Berners-Lee: selling private citizens' browsing data is 'disgusting'

As the world wide web creator accepts the prestigious Turing award, he talks to Sam Thielman about the US Congresss rollback of privacy rules and forgery news… 1,512 more words

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July 4th on a Tuesday throws everything off.

Nevertheless Our task this first weekend in July 2017 is integrating CSS, Custom Style Sheets, into our hosted wordpress posts. 1,417 more words


A brief (and most incomplete) history of Internet things

If you are like me I have a poor memory of when various technologies came into play. So here is a brief and very incomplete summary of key Internet dates. 517 more words