This is How the World Wide Web Looked During its Infancy

You could have words.

They could be big or they could be small.

They could be arranged in paragraphs. Like this. They could be arranged in paragraphs. Like this. They could be arranged in paragraphs. Like this. They could be arranged in paragraphs. Like this. They could be arranged in paragraphs. Like this. They could be arranged in paragraphs. Like this. They could be arranged in paragraphs. Like this. They could be arranged in paragraphs. Like this. They could be arranged in paragraphs. Like this. They could be arranged in paragraphs. Like this.

You could make links to things, like The National Science Foundation, but their pages looked just like yours. All of the pages were a strange medium-gray color.

katie.jpg (9526 bytes)One of the few ways you could make your pages more visually interesting was to use pictures. This helped a lot, but most people were glad when you could specify exactly what color to use for the background of their pages. Pictures were here to stay, of course, so the next step was beginning to use them effectively.

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