The World's First Website

The World's First Website


Rahul Kumar (@rahul)

Discover the significance of that first virtual step on August 6, 1991, and how it laid the groundwork for the limitless possibilities of online communication, collaboration, and information sharing. Whether you're a tech enthusiast, a history buff, or simply curious about the roots of the internet, join us on this enlightening journey through the annals of cyber history.

The first website ever created is attributed to Sir Tim Berners-Lee, a British computer scientist, and it went live on August 6, 1991. Berners-Lee developed the World Wide Web while working at CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) in Switzerland. The inaugural website served as both an informational resource and a means of explaining the World Wide Web project.

The address of the first website was, and it provided a basic overview of the World Wide Web, including how to create web pages and set up a server. The site's content was straightforward and primarily text-based, reflecting the early stage of web development and the limited capabilities of browsers at that time.

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