The First Webpage on the Internet ?

As the time passes, new technologies arrive and the old ones disappear, some become history and some become a memory. Today you access many webpages such as or or any of your favourite websites! Today they rock the internet but none of them existed 20 years ago! Do you know what was the first webpage that was made available to us on the World Wide Web? That is in the 1990! Almost 26 years back! What was this page? How did it look? And is it still in the same way it was first made online? Can you access it? The answer is YES! ..  Where? lets check it out!


About The First Webpage!

The first web page went live in December, 1990.  It was dedicated to information on the World Wide Web project and was made by Tim Berners-Lee. It ran on a NeXT computer at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, CERN.

The first web page address was

It outlined how to create Web pages and explained more about hypertext.

Here’s what it looked like in 1992 (below). No screenshots were taken of the site before then.


first webpage

Look how simple it is! No CSS, graphics etc! Just simple HTML code that links various webpages to each other, that is what the basic idea behind its name- World Wide Web: Its a web of linking pages that is spread throughout the World!

Here’s a tweet last year from CERN on 25th Anniversary of the first webpage!


And if you are wondering is this when the internet was introduced to the world??

NO! Internet was born on January 1, 1983 and is a totally different thing. Let me know if you want me to write a detailed post on The Internet!? ..

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Het Suthar

Het Suthar, is a Technology enthusiast, loves to check out new gadgets and apps. Currently pursuing Bachelors in Engineering.

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