Web 1.0


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Web 1.0

A general reference to the World Wide Web during its first few years of operation. The term is mostly used to contrast the earlier days of the Web before blogs, wikis, social networking sites and Web-based applications became commonplace. See Web 2.0.
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Asi las cosas, si al ingresar a una pagina esta solo permite la lectura, sin tener ningun tipo de interaccion y su actualizacion de contenidos es realizada esporadicamente por un unico editor, siendo el usuario un sujeto pasivo, se esta ante una pagina Web 1.
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