Chapter 10

Out On the Web

In This Chapter

arrow Looking at a web page on your phone

arrow Browsing around the web

arrow Bookmarking pages

arrow Working with multiple tabs

arrow Searching the web

arrow Sharing a link

arrow Downloading stuff from the web

arrow Deleting web history

When Tim Berners-Lee developed the World Wide Web back in 1990, he had no idea that people would one day use it on their cell phones. Nope, the web was designed to be viewed on a computer, specifically one with a nice, roomy, high-resolution monitor and a full-size keyboard. Cell phones? They had teensy LED screens. Browsing the web on a cell phone would have been like viewing the Mona Lisa through a keyhole.

Well, okay: Viewing the web on your cell phone ...

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