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What is the Oldest Website? First Ever Website Screenshot

By Abhinav Girdhar | Updated on February 26, 2021, 2:30 pm

The first web page went live as recently as August 6, 1991. The web page was on World Wide Web project. The web page address for the world’s first website was http://info.cern.ch/hypertext/WWW/TheProject.html.

The webpage talked about how to create web pages and also had information about hypertext

However, it wasn’t until the year 1992 that the first screenshot of this website was taken.Here are some of the other oldest websites listed for you (in no particular order)

  1. Symbolics.com
  2. Interrupt Tech Corp.
  3. Vortex Technology
  4. Texas Internet Consulting
  5. Toad Hall
  6. Caine, Farber & Gordon, Inc.
  7. Purple.com
  8. Milk.com
  9. Acme.com
  10. Space Jam
  11. toastytech.com

Some of these websites have been preserved for historic reason and the legends associated with it, while others have been revamped into more modern versions now.

Now that you know about the legends in the world of websites, it is time you learnt how to create your own website that would probably be as legendary as these (or more).

Some of the challenges that present themselves while creating a website are

  • Tedious coding process
  • High budget requirements
  • Months may be years of development time
  • Hiring an agency or internal resource
  • Long-term maintenance/hosting/other technical requirements

This is where Appy Pie Website comes into the picture. If you do not know how to create a website from scratch, simply go to Appy Pie Website and click on ‘Create your free website’ from there it is a simple three step process to get your website up and running for your customers. You simply need to enter the name of your business or website, then select the design template that you want to use for your website and then drag and drop the features or pages that you want to add to your website. That’s it! Your website is ready to go live!


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