The web has change a lot since Web 1.0 to Web 2.0. It is said that Web 1.0 was “read-only” said by Tim Berners-Lee. This means information displayed on a website was meant to be read with little interaction besides clicking hyperlinks. Many websites were hard for regular people to get published. Web masters had to change contents of the websites. Web 1.0 did have limits till Web 2.0 came along.
Web 2.0 came with easier use for users. It brought along more social interaction amongst its users. It is easier to create your own website within other websites. People can upload videos, pictures, and content made by them. This eliminated the need for a webmaster to post content for the users. People can post new faster with different websites.
Credit for image: Web 1.0 vs. Web 2.0
Kujur, Pranay, and Bijoy Chhetri. “Evolution of World Wide Web: Journey From Web 1.0 to Web 4.0.” International Journal of Computer Science And Technology, 2015.
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