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Web development

Web development incorporates all areas of creating a Web site for the World Wide Web. This includes Web design (graphic design, XHTML, CSS, usability and semantics), programming, server administration, content management, marketing, testing and deployment. The term can also specifially be used to refer to the "back end", that is, programming and server administration. There are usually more than one member that works on a given Web Development team, each specialising in his or her own field.

World Wide Web(www)

A major service on the Internet. To understand exactly how the Web relates to the Internet, see Web vs. Internet. The World Wide Web is made up of "Web servers" that store and disseminate "Web pages," which are "rich" documents that contain text, graphics, animations and videos to anyone with an Internet connection. The heart of the Web technology is the hyperlink (the "URL"), which connects each document to each other, whether locally or around the world by clicking a link. "Click here" caused the Web to explode in the mid 1990s. The Web turned the Internet into the largest online shopping mall and information source in the world.

Where It Came From

The World Wide Web was developed at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva from a proposal by Tim Berners-Lee in 1989. It was created to share research information on nuclear physics. In 1991, the first command line browser was introduced. By the start of 1993, there were 50 Web servers, and the Voila X Window browser provided the first graphical capability. In that same year, CERN introduced its Macintosh browser, and the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) in Chicago introduced the X Window version of Mosaic. Mosaic was developed by Marc Andreessen, who later became world famous as a principal at Netscape.

By 1994, there were approximately 500 Web sites, and, by the start of 1995, nearly 10,000. By the end of 2003, there were more than 60 million registered domain names. Many believe the Web signified the real beginning of the information age. Others still consider it the "World Wide Wait" as surfing the Web with an analog modem is an exercise in patience.

Everyone has some interest in the Web. ISPs, cable and telephone companies want to give you connectivity. Webmasters want more visitors. Intranet managers want more security. The publishing industry wants to preserve its copyrights. Hardware and software vendors want to make every product Web accessible. Nothing in the computer/communications field ever came onto the scene with such intensity. Even with the dot-com crash of 2000/2001, the future of the Web is going to be very exciting. Stay tuned! See Internet, HTTP, HTML, World Wide Wait and Wild Wooly Web.

The Browser

Web pages are accessed by the user via the Web browser application such as Internet Explorer, Netscape, Safari, Opera and Firefox. The browser renders the pages on screen and automatically invokes additional software as needed. For example, animations and special effects are browser plug-ins, and audio and video are played by the media player software that either comes with the operating system or from a third party.

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