Nowadays it is common for people to use terms like web and internet interchangeably even though they refer to two distinct technologies. The internet is the network that the World Wide Web or web operates on and has been around in one form or another since the late sixties.
In March 1989 the first web page to the way we communicate, connect, spend and live our lives, has been created by an English engineer and computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee. This March we celebrate 30 years of the World Wide Web and this infographic by appinstitute.com will guide you step by step of how it all happened.
In December 1990 the first web server went online at CERN, but it wasn’t until the following August that Berners-Lee shared details of the web server and the WWW Browser-Editor to the newsgroups and published the first publicly accessible web page.