The World Wide Web consists of files, called pages or Web pages, containing information and links to resources throughout the Internet.

Web pages can be created by user activity. For example, if you visit a Web search engine and enter keywords on the topic of your choice, a page will be created containing the results of your search. In fact, a growing amount of information found on the Web today is served from databases, creating temporary Web pages "on the fly" in response to user queries.

Access to Web pages may be accomplished by:

  1. Entering an Internet address and retrieving a page directly
  2. Browsing through pages and selecting links to move from one page to another
  3. Searching through subject directories linked to organized collections of Web pages
  4. Entering a search statement at a search engine to retrieve pages on the topic of your choice

Posted bySumedh at 11:01 PM  


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