The Internet and World Wide Web. What is the Internet and World Wide Web?
The Internet is a worldwide network of computers that use common communication standards and interfaces to provide the physical backbone for a number of interesting applications.One of the most utilized of these Internet applications is the World Wide Web. What sets the Web apart is an easy-to-use interface to a complex network of computers and data.
As of Jan. 2000, there were over 72 million hosts on the Internet.
About 48% of the people in the United States and Canada have access to the Internet.
About 5% of the world's population has access to the Internet.
2.Connection - Phone Line, Cable, DSL, Wireless, ...
4.Network Software - TCP/IP .
5.Application Software - Web Browser, Email, ...
6.Internet Service Provider (ISP) .
1.Send and receive email messages.
2.Download free software with FTP
(File Transfer Protocol).
3. Post your opinion to a Usenet newsgroup.
4.Yack it up on IRC (Internet Relay Chat).
5.Surf the World Wide Web.
And much, much moor….
The Web was invented in 1991 by Tim Berners-Lee, while consulting at CERN (European organization for Nuclear Research) in Switzerland.
The Web is a distributed information system.
The Web contains multimedia.
Information in the Web is connected by hyperlinks.
1.A web page is a document on the World Wide Web.
2.A web browser is the computer program you use to retrieve and view web pages.
3.The most popular browsers are Microsoft
Web pages are stored in computers called web servers.
Any organization can setup a web server.
A web site is a collection of web pages.
The starting point for a web site sometimes is called a home page
.Hyperlinks typically appear as highlighted (underlined and colored) phrases.
.Your mouse cursor will turn to a "pointing finger" when you've found a hyperlink.
.Click once to follow a hyperlink.
.Graphics can be hyperlinks.
.Your browser remembers where you've been.
.Use the Back and Forward buttons to retrace your path.
.Use the Home button to return to your start page.
,Power Skill: Press and hold down on the Back or Forward buttons to see the list of web pages you visited.
Some sites use advertising to subsidize free content.
Most large web sites have some navigation scheme to find information.
Links on the home page will bring you directly to featured content.
Secure web pages use encryption to protect from eavesdroppers.
Secure web pages use https.
The lock icon closes on a secure page.
That's everything you need to know to browse the Web.
Now, an even bigger challenge lies ahead: learning how to find the information you want.
Thank you for attending our class.
Be sure to practice your new skills.
Work team :
اسماعيل محمد ابو عامر
عبد الكريم غربية