first-generation Web site

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*Web sites which emerged just after World Wide Web technology such as Mosaic started being made generally available. Such sites are characterized by large amounts of text in a single font, few if any graphics, no animation, and no forms processing. Effectively the pages found on a first-generation Web site looked very much like their paper equivalents.

Subjects: Computing.

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