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Getting Started with HTML

EACH DAY, USERS WORLDWIDE surf the Web, visiting sites that present a wide range of content using text, images, videos, and other forms of multimedia. To view Web-based content, users run a Web browser, which is a program users use to view content on the World Wide Web. Common Web browsers include Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. In the simplest sense, a browser only knows how to retrieve a page from a remote site (Web server) and then to use the formatting instructions the page contains to retrieve, format, and display the needed content items, such ...

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