How did the Internet
October 29, 1969 in the US there was a significant event. At 21:00 local time, Charley Kline has carried out the first ever remote connection between two nodes of the network ARPANET. Being in the UCLA (University of California Los Angeles) Charley Kline remotely connect to a computer that was in the SRI (Stanford Research Institute). The distance between the two schools is 640 km. During the first connection because of a failure in the network managed to pass only two characters «LO» (originally intended to convey «LOG»). The fact of the successful transfer confirmed by phone Bill Duvall, who was at Stanford. 22:30 In connection has been restored, and the second attempt was more successful. This was the beginning of the Internet.
Now the Internet has become a huge repository of the world's knowledge and means of communication for millions of people around the globe. Of all Internet users can be divided into two broad categories. The first category consists of people who get their information from the global network. The second category includes users that fill the Internet information.
You need to create your site:
- Desire to learn;
- Internet access;
- 1-2 hours of free time every day;
- A few dollars to pay for hosting and domain name.
Then you will learn how to do "clean" HTML-sites. Maybe it is not quite "fashionable", but it is a classic that is always in demand. Sites written in HTML, have a number of significant advantages over the more complex dynamic sites.
Advantages of HTML-sites:
- Greater flexibility - you can make this site what you want.
- Minimum "weight" pages - your site will load quickly on any device.
- High degree of protection against burglary - HTML is virtually impossible to crack.
To work, it is desirable to have a special program called HTML-editor, it is much easier life webmaster. But for a start it is possible to do a simple text editor, such as the popular Notepad ++.
If you've read this far, I invite you to the fascinating world of web design.
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