Earlier days in around 1993 Mosaic was the browser first most famous for its newspaper like content over the web, it got famous for its support for protocols such as File Transfer Protocol, Network News Transfer Protocol, and gopher. NCSA ( National Center for Supercomputing Applications) released the browser in 1993, it was discontinued in 1997. Mosaic was the reason for the first internet boon.
Netscape Navigator was later developed by Netscape, Now called as Mozilla, which employed many of the original Mosaic authors; however, it intentionally shared no code with Mosaic. Starting in 1995 Mosaic lost a lot of share to Netscape Navigator, and by 1997 only had a tiny fraction of users left, by which time the project was discontinued. Microsoft licensed the browser to create Internet Explorer in 1995.
Earlier web browsers would not display a page until all graphics on it had been loaded over the network connection; this often made a user stare at a blank page for as long as several minutes. With Netscape, people using dial-up connections could begin reading the text of a web page within seconds of entering a web address, even before the rest of the text and graphics had finished downloading. This made the web much more tolerable to the average user.
The HTML DOM structure
Camel Case is like writing number of words as a single word without gaps and writing the first letter of every word starting from second word in capitals.
It has three legs = itHasThreeLegs
Sugar candy is sweet = sugarCandyIsSweet
We will learn more about the above commands in further classes.