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  2. Talk:Usage share of web browsers/Archive 6 - Wikipedia

    W3Schools is considered to be a good representative of browser usage among geek (or development-oriented) users. It can be kept as it is a widely used reference, but we have to state clearly that it is not supposed to reflect global usage. It's very specific. Dodoïste ( talk) 01:02, 21 August 2012 (UTC)

  3. HTTP Strict Transport Security - Wikipedia

    HTTP Strict Transport Security ( HSTS) is a policy mechanism that helps to protect websites against man-in-the-middle attacks such as protocol downgrade attacks [1] and cookie hijacking. It allows web servers to declare that web browsers (or other complying user agents) should automatically interact with it using only HTTPS connections, which ...

  4. HTTP referer - Wikipedia

    In HTTP, " Referer " (a misspelling of Referrer) is the name of an optional HTTP header field that identifies the address of the web page (i.e., the URI or IRI ), from which the resource has been requested. By checking the referrer, the server providing the new web page can see where the request originated.

  5. Web server - Wikipedia

    This is a very brief history of web server programs, so some information necessarily overlaps with the histories of the web browsers, the World Wide Web and the Internet; therefore, for the sake of the clearness and understandability, some key historical information below reported may be similar to that found also in one or more of the above-mentioned history articles.

  6. URL redirection - Wikipedia

    For URL redirection on Wikipedia, see Wikipedia:Redirect. URL redirection, also called URL forwarding, is a World Wide Web technique for making a web page available under more than one URL address. When a web browser attempts to open a URL that has been redirected, a page with a different URL is opened.

  7. React (JavaScript library) - Wikipedia

    React (JavaScript library) - Wikipedia React (JavaScript library) React (also known as React.js or ReactJS) is a free and open-source front-end JavaScript library [3] for building user interfaces based on UI components. It is maintained by Meta (formerly Facebook) and a community of individual developers and companies.

  8. HTML - Wikipedia

    The text between < html > and </ html > describes the web page, and the text between < body > and </ body > is the visible page content. The markup text < title > This is a title </ title > defines the browser page title shown on browser tabs and window titles, and the tag < div > defines a division of the page used for easy styling.

  9. Chrome OS - Wikipedia Chrome OS(sometimes styled as chromeOS) is a Gentoo Linux-based operating systemdesigned by Google. It is derived from the free softwareChromium OSand uses the Google Chromeweb browser as its principal user interface. Unlike Chromium OS, Chrome OS is proprietary software.