EXPLORING THE WORLD WIDE WEB
June 29, 2013
[MY COMPUTER TUTORIALS]
I have chosen a well-known company that is recommended by my family and friends, who sells an Internet, because, I am a new customer for them, so they actually provided me with a free computer and gave me lots of choices to select from . Your responsibility is to maintain an account through them and provide a monthly payment.
I do all my banking transactions through banking online that’s why, so I have gotten a high speed connection, and not the dial-up one. They give a lot of options though, so I have the best and affordable price for my Internet connection. All you do is shop around and then you decide what options are out there for you, that will actually meet your needs.
The second step is to have an access to an Internet browser, To name a few; for example: MSN Explorer , Google Chrome, Safari, Opera, Netscape Navigator and or Mozilla Firefox, are all Internet browsers; apparently, one of these Internet browsers will allow you to embark on a search for a certain file and or will let you read news, for instance: from politics to fashion, to entertainment, to upload or download a music video or watch a film or listen to your favourite song, and or even book your next flight to the Philippines.
FYI! , There are more Internet search service providers out there, that I haven’t mentioned.
What is a world wide web?
Certainly, "I have learned from my school, that the World Wide Web is a system of hypertext documents-(electronic files), that contain elements known as, hyperlinks or just links which target other parts of a document or other documents altogether. A link can be a word or a phrase or a graphic image. Each hypertext document on the web is called a web page and is stored on a computer on the Internet called a web server".
"A web page can contain links to other web pages located anywhere on the Internet – on the same computer as the original webpage or on an entirely different computer halfway across the world".
"The ability to cross reference other web pages with links is one of the most important features of the web. Navigating web pages using hypertext is an efficient way to access information. When you read a book, you follow a linear progression, reading one page after another. With hypertext, you progress through the pages in whatever order you want. Hypertext allows you to skip from one topic to another following the information path that interests you".
And I do believe.
Details below: One of my website links is the official web page of Pangasinan, which is my favorite province in the Philippines; it is located in Asia; (it is halfway across the world), Absolutely "one of the most important features of the World Wide Web".
|MRH PANGASINAN LINK|