How The First-Ever Website Looked Like?

Almost 2 billions of web pages now exist, but 29 years ago, none of them existed (Internet Live Status, 2020). On 6 August 1991, the first website came online. It was developed by Tim Berner-Lee to provide information about the World Wide Web project. It was run by the European Nuclear Research Organization (CERN) on the NeXT computer.
The Web address for the first time was http:/ It mentioned how Web pages can be created and explained more about hypertext. Here is what it might look like in 1992. Before that, there were no screenshots taken from the web.
The original page is not available, but it was the closest copy of the page taken in 1992,


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