Visit the first website in the world, created over 20 years
The World Wide Web came into existence in 1991, more than 20 years after its creation, the world’s first website is stored by the W3C, which preserves for us to remember history. It was created by Tim Berners-Lee used a NeXT computer, and its function was to report on the exciting new World Wide Web.
Visitors could learn more about the project, things about hypertext, technical details to create a website, and an explanation of how to find information on the web (tricky because there were no search engines). By that time, the only ones who had a browser were Berners-Lee and colleagues at CERN, so the first page did not say much diffusion.
The first major step in masificarla was only in 1993 due to the launch of the Mosaic browser. By then he had installed some web servers and several universities had joined.
The saved version is not exactly original 1991 because that was lost. CERN said that the version we have today is for 1992 and by that time the site is updated daily to add information about the project development of the WWW.
In 1994, Berners-Lee founded the Wordl Wide Web Consortium (W3C) at MIT in the U.S. to ensure a standard that would allow different sites will work the same way.
The 1992 version shows how the web was then no such images. It is strange to think that the www does not take much time in the world, and the enormous development that has taken since its inception.Anniversary, History, Tim Berners-Lee, Web, World Wide Web, www