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Back in the early days of the World Wide Web (the browser-based Internet you know today), the idea of a web server was transparent to most developers. You would install a program to host your HTML files (or open a free account on a service such as GeoCities) and spend most of your time thinking about what size to make your text or where you could find the best GIFs to put. To most people, a web server was just a place where you would upload your files.
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