HTML and CSS Reference
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Navigating the World
Wide Web
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, and here you
are in Lesson 1 of a journey that will show you how to write, design, and
publish pages on the World Wide Web. But before beginning the actual
journey, you should start simple, with the basics. You'll learn the following:
How the World Wide Web really works
What web browsers do, and a couple of popular ones from which
to choose
What a web server is, and why you need one
Some information about uniform resource locators (URLs)
These days, the Web is pervasive, and maybe most if not all of today's
information will seem like old news. If so, feel free to skim this lesson
and skip ahead to Lesson 2, “Preparing to Publish on the Web,” where
you'll find an overview of points to think about when you design and
organize your own Web documents.
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