The triple www is the acronym that identifies Word Wide Web, an English expression that defines the global global network of hypertext documents that are linked to each other and which can be accessed through the Internet. The triple www was developed in the late 1980s by researchers Tim Berners Lee and Robert Cailliau.

To be able to use www, you need a web browser such as: Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, etc. The triple www is based on hypertexts, that is, pages in which hyperlinks can be inserted, these allow the user to be able to navigate from one page to another on that website.

It is important to note that thanks to the internet and the use of www, users have the possibility of a large number of spaces where they can find information, about a particular aspect and where they have the opportunity to view images of interest and even to be able to communicate with any person from anywhere in the world. In the same way, it is important to highlight some of the web pages that have the most users are: the YouTube video portal, the Google search engine and the social networks Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

It can be said then that the www world has become the true revolution and innovation of the 20th century and of course, of the current century.

The www comes into operation the moment the user enters an address called URL in his browser or when he clicks on a hypertext link included in a page. The browser then prompts a series of orders so that the information is presented in one way or another on the web pages and in this way to be able to see them.

Among the advantages offered by www are:

It allows the information to be displayed in an interesting way on pages that include texts and images, as in any magazine, and it can even go further by introducing sounds and videos (multimedia service).

It facilitates the entry of information, that is, it allows that from a document stored on the web you can have entry to others that deal with the same topic, just by clicking the mouse.