Visit World’s First website

You use Facebook, Google and other web pages everyday. But have you ever visited world’s first website? Let’s recall the history.

The main idea of World Wide Web (WWW) was proposed 2 decades ago in March 1989 by Tim Berners-Lee. It was written to persuade CERN that a global hypertext system was in CERN’s best interest. The term World Wide Web was never thought and mentioned in his proposal, rather it was called Mesh. The term WWW was coined only when he was writing the code in 1990.

Finally he finished is codding for WWW in 1990 based on his proposal, along with the standards for HTML, HTTP, and URLs.

It was 1991 when the first website ever was created with URL The first content in the first website was to explain the World Wide Web.

World’s First Web Page

The first web page file name was TheProject.html. And it was actually located at following link:

However the first web page is not there. But don’t worry you can still browse the world’s first web page here.

If you are interested in reading Tim’s proposal, you can still read it here.

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