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Internet Explorer and the World Wide Web: Welcome t 1 Committed to Shaping the Next Generation of IT Experts. Internet Explorer and the World Wide Web: Welcome to Cyberspace Robert Grauer and Maryann Barber Exploring Microsoft Office 2003
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Internet Explorer and the World Wide Web: Welcome t 2 Define the Internet and brief history World Wide Web vs. Internet Structure of a Web address “Backing up within an address” Internet Explorer toolbar Returning to a Web site Distinguish between the History and Favorites lists Objectives (1 of 2)
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Internet Explorer and the World Wide Web: Welcome t 3 Objectives (2 of 2) Using different or multiple search engines AND, OR, and NOT Downloading a picture from the Web E-commerce vs. traditional commerce Http and https protocols Define a cookie
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Internet Explorer and the World Wide Web: Welcome t 4 The Internet A network of networks Began in 1969 as ARPAnet (Advanced Research Projects Agency) No central authority and thus impossible to state the precise size The Internet is not free just because you do not pay for it
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Internet Explorer and the World Wide Web: Welcome t 5 Connecting to the Internet At Work or School Via a Local Area Network At Home Traditional Modem (56KB) Cable Modem DSL Modem Via the university’s network connection in the dorm Via Ethercard connected to the Data Jack via network cable
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Internet Explorer and the World Wide Web: Welcome t 6 The World Wide Web A subset of the Internet consisting of all computers with hypertext or hypermedia documents These documents contain references (links) to other documents which may be on a different computer anywhere in the world Began in 1991 at the European Particle Physics Laboratory (CERN) in Switzerland
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Internet Explorer and the World Wide Web: Welcome t 7 Terminolgy HTTP – HyperText Transfer Protocol is used to transmit Web documents HTTPS – Secure protocol for confidential transactions
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