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The World Wide Web is a collection of pages on the Internet ; these pages are filled with text, graphics, movies, sound, and animations. Web pages are "linked together" like the strings of a spider web so that you can easily move from one related page to the next . The Web is just one part of the Internet, but it's certainly the most popular part. On the Web, you can find information on just about anythingsome of it true, some of not, some of it just opinion. To view a web page, you need an Internet connection and a program called a web browser such as Mozilla Firefox.
Web browser A program that allows you to view pages on the World Wide Web.
Internet A world-wide network of computers, originally linked together by the government for the purpose of sharing information and research.