We all take websites for granted nowadays. We turn on our computers, wait for them to burst into life and expect the Internet to help us with all our research and communication requirements. How many of us, however, actually wonder how this magnificent invention works and what exactly is going on behind that screen.
Did you know that in 2010 there was 1 trillion gigabytes of information on the Internet? Did you know that 107 trillion e-mails were sent in the same year? Bet you didn’t, which poses the question, what do we really know about the most widely used resource available today? Although websites pop up at a moments notice, displaying the answers to a multitude of questions and queries, a lot more takes place behind the scenes, which we never see, to bring us that page of information. This infographic looks at the components that make websites what they are.
This look behind the scenes via: www.broadbandchoices.co.uk