WWW, an acronym for World Wide Web is a group of interlinked webpages that can be accessed through a browser connected with internet. These webpages which are stored on various web servers, contain texts, images, video, graphics and links to other webpages.
It was then that Tim-Berners Lee, a contractor at CERN, designed a certain set of protocols that together formed the World Wide Web. During the last years of the 80s, he proposed a theory of digital text or hypertext which made it possible to access the data which took care of the complicacies of FTP and IP, making internet surfing quite an easy task. Soon, with the help of a dedicated team, he came up with system that comprised of his inventions of HTML and HTTP which he collectively termed as the World Wide Web.
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