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After reaching 1 billion websites in September of 2014, a milestone confirmed by NetCraft in its October 2014 Web Server Surveyand that Internet Live Stats was the first to announce - as attested by this tweet from the inventor of the World Wide Web himself, Tim Berners-Lee - the number of websites in the world has subsequently declined, reverting back to a level below 1 billion. 




This is due to the monthly fluctuations in the count of inactive websites. We do expect, however, to exceed 1 billion websites again sometime in 2015 and to stabilize the count above this historic milestone in 2016. From 1 website in 1991 to 1 billion in 2014, the chart and table below show the total number of websites by year throughout history:




By "Website" we mean unique hostname (a name which can be resolved, using a name server, into an IP Address).




It must be noted that around 75% of websites today are not active, but parked domains or similar. [1]






Periodic drops in the total count can depend on various factors, including an improvement in NetCraft's handling of wildcard hostnames. For example, in August 2012, over 40 million hostnames on only 242 IP addresses were removed from the Survey.





Curious facts



The first-ever website (info.cern.ch) was published on August 6, 1991 by British physicist Tim Berners-Lee while at CERN, in Switzerland. [2



On April 30, 1993 CERN made World Wide Web ("W3" for short) technology available on a royalty-free basis to the public domain, allowing the Web to flourish.[3]




The World Wide Web was invented in March of 1989 by Tim Berners-Lee (see the original proposal). 


He also introduced the first web server, the first browser and editor (the “WorldWideWeb.app”), the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) and, in October 1990, the first version of the "HyperText Markup Language" (HTML).[4]





In 2013 alone, the web has grown by more than one third: from about 630 million websites at the start of the year to over 850 million by December 2013 (of which 180 million were active).





Over 50% of websites today are hosted on either Apache or nginx (54% of the total as of February 2015, according to NetCraft), both open source web servers.[5




After getting very close and even briefly taking the lead in July of 2014 in terms of server market share, Microsoft has recently got back behind Apache. 




As of February of 2015, 39% of server are hosted on Apache and 29% on Microsoft. 




However, if the overall trend continues in the future, in a few years from now Microsoft could become the leading web server developer for the first time in history.





Popular Websites (launch year & how they looked) :



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Pinterest (2010) 



Dropbox (2008) 



Tumblr (2007)


Twttr (2006) 



YouTube (2005) 



Reddit (2005)


Thefacebook (2004)

Flickr (2004) 



Wordpress (2003)




Linkedin (2003) 



Wikipedia (2001) 




PayPal (1999)




Google (1998)




Yandex (1997) 



AuctionWeb (Ebay, 1995)




Amazon (1995) 




Altavista (1995) 




Yahoo (1994)






WWW Project (1991)







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