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Essential Guide to Telecommunications, The, Third Edition by Annabel Z. Dodd

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The World Wide Web—Linking and Graphics

The World Wide Web was conceived as a way to make using and navigating the Internet easier. It is not a separate part of the Internet, but a graphical way to use the Internet. The World Wide Web enables users to hear sound and see color, video and graphical representations of information. Moreover, it provides links to information using text and graphic images embedded in documents to “navigate” to other Web sites. These links are in the form of highlighted text and graphics. Users click on them with a mouse to move from one document to another or from one site to another. These two capabilities, linking and graphics, are the strengths of the World Wide Web.

The World Wide Web was created in 1989 by Tim ...

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