What is the World Wide Web?
- The Web presents information as a series of "documents," often referred to as web pages, that are prepared using the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML).
- Using HTML, the document's author can specially code sections of the document to "point" to other information resources. These specially coded sections are referred to as hypertext links.
- Users viewing the webpage can select the hypertext link and retrieve or connect to the information resource that the link points to.