Definition – What does WWW mean?
WWW (World Wide Web) is a huge network of online content that is formatted in HTML and accessed via the HTTP. The term WWW refers to all the interlinked HTML pages that can be accessed over the internet. WWW was originally designed by Tim Berners-Lee in 1991. It is most often referred to simply as the web. The web consists of pages that can be accessed using the web browsers.
Glossary Web explains WWW
Today, most of the people think World Wide Web is an Internet. It is all a web pages, images, videos and all the other kinds of online content that can be accessed via the web browser. The internet in difference is the underlying network connection that enables you to send an email and access the World Wide Web. Early web was a collection of multiple text-based sites that are hosted by organizations that were gifted to set up a web server and learn HTML. It has continued to grow since the original design, and it now includes interactive media and user-generated content which require little to no technical skills.