1.1. Introducing the World Wide Web

You can use Dreamweaver to create, edit, and publish pages on the World Wide Web.

The World Wide Web

The World Wide Web — or simply the Web — is a global collection of documents located on Internet-connected computers. You can access the Web by using a Web browser, such as Internet Explorer, Safari, or Firefox. Web pages are connected to one another by hyperlinks that you can click.

A Web Site

A Web site is a collection of linked Web pages stored on a Web server. Most Web sites have a home page that describes the information located on the Web site and provides a place where people can start their exploration ...

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