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Hyper  Text Transfer Protocols ( HTTP)

The Hyper text  protocols ( HTTP) is at  the heart  of the  web. If a browser  developer follows  the rules  of the HTTP, the  browser will be  able to retrieve web page from any  web server that has  also followed the rule soft he HTTP. HTTP define s the  format  and sequence of the message that are passed between  browser and web server we will describe it in  brief later in this chapter.

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