Web Browsing: The World Wide Web (www) is a large scale online repository of information that users can search using an interactive application program called a browser. Most browsers have a point and click interface-the browser displays information at the computers' screen and permit a user to navigate using the mouse. The information displayed includes both text and graphics. Furthermore, some of the information on the display is highlighted to indicate that the item is selectable. When the user places the cursor over a selectable item and clicks a mouse button, the browser displays new information that corresponds to the selected item. So "a browser is an interactive program that permits a user to view information from the World Wide Web."
The World Wide Web is actually non-linear. Using it one can jump from one link (resource) to another. One can go directly to a resource if the URL (i.e. the address) is known as can jump to specific parts of a document. vert alezwold s bellso msig
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