1989 – UK
‘The World Wide Web – a hypertext-based graphical information system on the internet’
In the 1980s Berners-Lee, while working at CERN, the joint European particle physics lab in Geneva, developed a simple programming language that he called HTML, or Hypertext Markup Language.
HTML contains simple codes
this text has
<strong>bold</strong> formatting )
that are used to format text and include graphics, audio and video. He also designed HTTP, or Hypertext Transfer Protocol, to move files across the internet and a system of addresses ( URLs, or Uniform Resource Locators ) to find files on the internet.