In other word whatever web browser your using. So let’s say your using chrome maybe try something like fire fox for instance or something less sufisticated or not as good as let’s say google or safari.
The wikipedia for http says
The Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is an application layer protocol for distributed, collaborative, hypermedia information systems.
I searched the word hypermedia and it seems to be the extension of hypertext to include video, audio etc. But nowhere in the wikipedia it says that HTTP transfers hypermedia instead of hypertext. It just says that it is used for hypermedia information systems. So shouldn't the full form of HTTP be Hypermedia Transfer Protocol ?
I’ve been seeing CNN posts on social media with the web address www-m.cnn.com
I thought maybe for mobile but I can’t clear it when requesting a desktop version of the site.
What is http, what is https? Why do we use www sometimes, but not always? How do website names get assigned to ips? What are subdomains?