|Allows interactive browsing of hypertext documents. Most browsers also support other protocols as defined by the URL. The WWW is largely responsible for the huge popularity of the Internet that started with the initial release of Mosaic. The WWW itself was developed at CERN, but also see W3C.|
|HTTP: hypertext transfer protocol.|
If a file is not specified, the http server will often send a default page. If the specified file is neither htm nor html, the browser will use MIME to determine how to handle the file.
|Some info on using netscape.|
|HTML document creation, and a little bit on VRML|
|Locations of search engines and some suggestions on their use.|
|WWW browser extensions to HTML|
|What makes a browser more interactive.|