World Wide Web.
Webster's New World
Abbreviation of World Wide Web.
American Heritage Science
World Wide Web. Also known as w 3 and the Web. A global interlinked hypertext system that uses the Internet infrastructure to network client workstations and servers all around the world based on the Hypertext Transport Protocol (HTTP). Documents on the WWW -- known as pages, home pages, or Web pages -- are written in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), are identified by Uniform Resource Locators (URLs), and are transmitted over the Internet through the use of HTTP.The WWW also incorporates hypermedia, which is hyperlinked multimedia, including not only text, but also audio, graphics, animations, and video.Tim Berners-Lee developed the WWW at l'Conseil Europ.
Webster's New World Telecom
Www Is Also Mentioned In
- The National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace 2003
- Domain Internet Groper
- Three-Way Handshake
- Schwartz, Randal Case
- Apache Software Foundation
- Cheshire Catalyst and TAP
- World Wide Web
- Password Authentication Protocol
- Cyber Security Code of Conduct
- Sandbox or Sandbox Security Model
- Easter egg
- Double-entry or Double-Keying