Pioneered and championed by expert designers and bloggers such as Jeffrey Zeldman, the demand eventually resulted in the formation of the WorldWideWeb Consortium, or W3C.
October 1990: Berners-Lee develops a graphical hypertext browser and editor using NeXTStep, naming the program "WorldWideWeb."
October 1991: Berners-Lee posts the source files of the WorldWideWeb project onto the Hypertext newsgroup, publicly unveiling his findings during the process.
April 1993: CERN releases the WorldWideWeb project into the public domain, allowing anyone to use the technology freely and without penalty.
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