Web 3.0, also known as the Third Generation Internet, is the next evolution of the World Wide Web. It features a data-driven semantic web that employs a machine-based understanding of data with the goal of developing a smarter and more connected web experience for users.
Web 2.0 refers to a web era that emphasizes user-generated content, usability, participatory culture, and interoperability for end users.
Web 1.0 was the first stage of the World Wide Web revolution, usually referred to as the read-only Web. Websites were informational and contained only static content connected by hyperlinks, or in simple terms, there was no CSS, no dynamic links, and no interactivity such as users logging in, commenting on blog posts, etc.
The person who administers a website.
The online broadcast of video and/sound.
Hyperlinked web pages under the same domain name.
A computer which runs website’s web pages on the world wide web.
A collection of information on the world wide web that can contain video, graphics, or sound and is shown in a browser window.