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Interactive Web

  • Web has a client/server structural design, where a browser runs on the client such as Microsoft Explorer or Netscape and a Web server like Apache server runs on the server machine.
  • However in 1995 W3C published HTML 2.0 which included forms that made it possible to use Web interactively
  • In the early days of the Web, there was processing neither on the client nor on the server.
  • A user accessed only static documents which are the pages that exist on the Web server and are simply delivered to the Web browser.¬†
  • A Web form, is an HTML page with one or more data entry fields and a mandatory¬†"Submit" button.
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