With an aim to provide scientists a common platform to interchange information directly, Berners-Lee proposed World Wide Web. This proposal was initially rejected by his superiors.

The web pages used in the initial phases of World Wide Web were static and minimal multimedia usage was found. This issue remained till new web browsers came in and gave WWW a kick-start.

In 1993, CERN relaxed its royalties and led to a mass revolution in the field of web. The present day web is poles apart from where it started. The explosion of dot-com websites led to huge mass flow on this platform.

Later, social networking website also made their way in and as a result large number of populations switched to this stage. The World Wide Web has always amazed its users with something new and is speculated to do so.