On Tuesday, March 12, Google celebrated the 30th anniversary of the launch of the World Wide Web. Its official logo, Google, was transformed into a computer screen with the globe spinning. Linking the whole world to each other and turned it into a small village where people can gather information they want in their own places, as well as communicate with each other from anywhere and expand distances between them through various Internet applications.
Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web in 1989 and wrote his first web browser in 1990 while working at CERN near Geneva in Switzerland.
The Web was published outside CERN in 1991 first to other research institutions that began in January 1991 and in general the online was public in August 1991, the World Wide Web, was essential to the development of the Information age, the billions of basic tools that people use to interact on the Internet.
Web resources may be any type of downloadable media, but Web pages are cross-text media formatted in HTML, and this format allows embedded hyperlinks that contain URLs and allows users to easily navigate to other web resources, Text, and Web pages may contain images, videos, audio, and software components that are presented in a user’s web browser as coherent pages of multimedia content.
Websites are stored on computers that run a program called a Web server, which in turn responds to online requests from web browsers running on user computers. Website content can be largely provided by a publisher or interactively where users share in content, websites are available in countless ways for media, recreational, commercial, governmental or non-governmental reasons.