Browsers such as Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Explorer provide an easy method of accessing and viewing information stored as web documents on different servers. The web pages stored as HTML files on the servers are accessed through a particular standard supported by the web browsers this is the hypertext transfer protocol (http), which you will always see preceding the web address of a company. For example http://www.derby.ac.uk defines the University home page at Derby.
Charlie) test this Web site with Microsoft® Internet Explorer®, Mozilla Firefox, and the WebTV® Development Emulator. I'll admit here it has some features unique to Internet Explorer. All Firefox visitors are missing are the embedded display fonts that I use to garnish some pages. There are also (by my choice) absolutely no frames on this Web site. There's no tricky HTML likely to crash any Web browser; it's generally quite vanilla.
A web browser is a program used to display web pages on your computer.
These are programs that let you navigate throughout the World Wide Web and see graphics and text on you computer screen. They also allow you to make hypertext leaps to other Web sites. The first Web browser was called Mosaic. There are many other Web browser software programs, and when you sign up to get onto the Net, the company you sign up with usually sends you a Web browser software program to get started.
Browsers such as Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer provide an easy method of accessing and viewing information stored as HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) web documents on different Web server
Software which enables the Internet surfer to view the web pages - the 2 most popular nowadays are: Microsoft Internet Explorer (known as I.E.) latest version: 6 representing approx 88% of users) Netscape Navigator latest version: 8 (representing approx 7.5% of users)