The World Wide Web (which means "worldwide network", also known as Web and WWW) is a system of hypermedia documents that are linked and executed on the Internet.

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can't access www with Cisco screen barring me [duplicate]

a cisco screen pops up asking for a password. I never signed up with cisco. What gives? Please assist I re-installed Firefox on my OLDER macbook OS4.11 it always opens NOW to a Cisco page Password ...
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why can't I access www from macbook [closed]

a cisco screen pops up asking for a password. I never signed up with cisco. What gives? Please assist I re-installed Firefox on my OLDER macbook OS4.11 it always opens NOW to a Cisco page Password ...
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find all users with personal web pages on a server

for a homework question for a class, I have been tasked with finding all grad/undergrad students that have a webpage on the schools server. There must be a list somewhere, but I can not figure out ...
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“Ebay.com” randomly not working inside network

Before I go to the work of calling my ISP I decided to see if this community has an answer. I have never had this issue before, and I also haven't done any hardware or firmware changes recently. So ...
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nginx - ssl and www redirect configuration

this is related to: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/24538973/django-allowed-hosts-error-for-www-domain-and-ip-address i'm attempting to redirect www and non-ssl requests to ssl non-www domain for ...
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What does “ww35” or “ww20” mean in a URL or domain, like in ww35.mydomain.com? [duplicate]

What does "ww35" or "ww20" mean in a URL or domain like, in ww35.mydomain.com? What is they used for? Why when I visit some page using these, receive a message "This IP has been banned". Which IP ...
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Is it possible to disable the HTTP referer header being passed by browsers?

Is it possible to force browsers so they don't include the HTTP referer header? I'd like that every page visit looks like it's accessed by a manually typed URL in the browser's address bar, not like ...
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Does the meaning of the term WWW mean it has to be performed by HTTP servers- by definition? [closed]

The following is a question regarding correct terminology. Could the World Wide Web exist without HTTP? Is there any other application layer protocol that can serve WWW pages? Is HTTP an essential ...
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Give rights to a sub map on my domain?

Is it possible to safely give other people FTP rights to one or more sub-maps within my domain? I want people that know how to work with FTP clients directly upload to my domain instead of using my ...
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Transfer Secret: AuthCode vs EPP code

Talking about transfer secret: What is the difference between AuthCode and EPP code and which one is the correct name. The wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transfer_secret is not clear on ...
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Is it possible for many domain names to share one IP address?

Is it possible for many domain names to share one IP address? For example, www.xjtl.com, www.fmie.com, sdmfl.com, etc. Hundreds of domain names share just one IP – when you do a DNS query for each of ...
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What information can a browser track about me on the internet? [closed]

When I go a to a website, what sort of information can that server collect about my identity, under normal circumstances? I knows they can track my IP address and operating system. What else is there? ...
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PHP Web Proxy does not perform ajax requests properly

I have this problem Gmail will not load except with a web proxy, which lead me to do some testing. I am using latest PHProxyImproved. After testing on my web app, it appears that all AJAX pulls do ...
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IIS server not accessible outside of LAN

I've started up multiple computers and run servers trough IIS multiple times. I had no problem setting up servers on Windows 7, 8 Developer, 8 Consumer, but now that I have Windows 8 Pro, I can't seem ...
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How do I administer /var/www?

I'm new to Linux and I'm trying to setup a small testing server inside of a VM running Ubuntu Server. I've found the /var/www folder and it should be the one where my Apache documents are stored, in ...
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What does wwws mean?

I've seen a couple of sites that use wwws in their domain, for example: wwws.mint.com and wwws.whitehouse.gov. I'm sure it has something to do with an extra layer of security. What does it mean and ...
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Is the www in web addresses a subdomain? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Whats the purpose of the WWW subdomain? I read about sub domains at w3schools, but Wikipedia says something different. The w3schools gave the example of www being a sub ...
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Domain issues with WWW [closed]

I have this domain that I recently brought: But if I access to: It shows the website where I brought the domain from, why is it doing this?
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How are so many webcams on servers which have URL ~ \view\index.shtml?

How does this happen? Why do all these webcams have similar HTTP access URLs?
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Where File converted Manually? [closed]

I used many Sites on internet to Convert my Files online but they does not give the better quality they paste the images on it. Now I want to that the sites are convert it manually for better result. ...
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Settings permissions on /var/www

I'm running ubuntu server and have apache installed as a web server. I'm letting my web developers upload files through sftp (ssh) to /var/www. I'm using www-data group to control access to /var/www ...
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Why the difference in the URL formatting?

Why is that some URL's end with .html while some do not, while most of them are HTML pages? Why is that some URL's begin with www and some do not, while all of them are on World Wide Web?
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Some web sites don't come up until I reload the page?

I have a problem with some web sites where the first time I hit the site, the web browser says "connecting" and then it will time out. If I hit the site again, it will load just fine. If I browse ...
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What is the maximum size of a cookie, and how many can be stored in a browser for each web site?

I am learning about cookies, and I wonder about browser support: For each domain/web site, how many cookies may be sent to a browser, and of what size? If multiple cookies are sent and stored, does ...
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How to set up www cname for free dyndns subdomain

I have a free dyndns domain mk12.gotdns.com How can I set up a cname for www.mk12.gotdns.com to point to mk12.gotdns.com? And how can I force the www one, so that if you navigate to ...
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What is the purpose of the WWW subdomain?

What's the point of having www.? Isn't it just useless extra text? Since everyone is used to it, www.google.com looks more well-balanced than google.com, but why did it start in the first place? One ...
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firefox: don't save error pages in history

Can I configure Firefox so that error pages are not kept in the history? If I enter once a mistaken URL, say superusre.com, it is kept in my history. Every time I start typing supe... it is suggested ...
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m.www.yahoo.com - an illusion (subdomain subdomain)? or something stranger

I just noticed this URL as I checked my yahoo account (secondary, yay gmail). I've never seen a URL like this with a string before the www. Is this an illusion (the www is a subdomain that just ...