Chapter 3. Browsing the World Wide Web

After you set up your Internet connection, you can use Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, or another browser program to navigate, or surf, the sites on the World Wide Web.

You will probably find that you spend the majority of your online time browsing the Web. That is not surprising because the Web is useful, entertaining, fun, interesting, and provocative.

This chapter introduces you to the Web, takes you through the basics of browsing sites, and shows you standard Web techniques such as saving your favorite sites, downloading files, and filling in forms.

The next few chapters expand your Web knowledge by telling you about Web security, the ins and outs of searching, and how to get things done on the Web. ...

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