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Special Edition Using Microsoft® Expression® Web by Jim Cheshire

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Chapter 20. Designing for Compatibility

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A Brief History

Here’s a trivia question for you: What was the name of the first Web browser? For many of you, Mosaic probably came to mind. While Mosaic is commonly thought of as the first Web browser, it was not. The first Web browser was invented by Tim Berners-Lee in 1989 and it was called WorldWideWeb.

WorldWideWeb was nothing like what comes to mind when we think of a Web browser today. It didn’t have the ability to render graphics. Even so, it was an extraordinary accomplishment and, as history can testify, ...

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