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Smart Mess per Internet Users

In the beginning the Internet was just an experimental network for packet transmission. It was interesting because it made possible to combine computers of different types but it did not have practical meaning thereat. Later, in 1975, the experimental network turned into an actual network. It took almost another twenty years to the World Wide Web service appeared in 1993. Then the magic began. Internet became visual, it could be seen by users with browsers. HTML-technology created a new type of documents. The first of HTML pages were very simple and they were only texts and links. But the technology developed very quickly. Images, complicated design, sound and video appeared on the computer screen. Very soon, the Sir Tim Berners-Lee’s creation has learned to represent all the diversity and beauty of the contents of the World Wide Web.

But you need someone or something to manage HTML-pages. You need a Content Management System (CMS). This is a computer application that allow you to create and modify digital content. Usually, CMS features vary widely. Most CMSs include Web-based publishing, format management, history editing and version control, indexing, search, and retrieval.

Basically CMS is a blog-system, it can manage the endless growing feed. This is quite convenient and interesting, but not for all tasks suitable. But a few types of CMS use a tree data structure. A tree structure is a hierarchical model of data representation. It looks like an upside down tree, with the "leaves" at the bottom and "root" at the top. The web-sites with a complex hierarchic structure need the tree structure. Smart Mess exactly is based on the tree data structure and can manage it without difficulty.

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The World Wide Web (or WWW) is an information system of interlinked hypertext documents that are accessed via the Internet. It has also commonly become known simply as the Web. Individual document pages on the World Wide Web are called web pages and are accessed with a software application running on the user's computer, commonly called a web browser. Web pages may contain text, images, videos, and other multimedia components, as well as web navigation features consisting of hyperlinks.