World Wide Web (WWW)

The World Wide Web (also known as WWW) is a system in which hypertext documents (web pages) can carry information, photos and other types of multimedia and can be interlinked with other hypertext documents.

The hypertext documents on the World Wide Web use the format HTML, which can support many other links to documents, and can be attained by clicking on hyperlinks. Hyperlinks are located within a highlighted or underlined word or picture that can lead to other hypertext documents.

The World Wide Web is accessed using the internet. The Internet is able to carry World Wide Web hypertext documents and has the ability to support email. Web browsers such as Safari and Google Chrome are used to view hypertext documents.

The World Wide Web was invented by Tim Berners-Lee in 1989. The first web page was accessible in 1990.

World Wide Web – Payment Processing Services from NOIRE

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Payment Processing Services by NOIRE

NOIRE provides industry leading online payment processing services & risk management technologies. Designed using NOIRE, “Simply Switch On”, approach to payment processing, our payment solutions are built using the latest payment processing technology enabling businesses to “Plug In” and “Switch On” payment modules with ease if and when required.

As a leading Payment Service Provider, you can trust NOIRE to find the right solution for your business. We provide everything in one simple agreement – your Internet Merchant Account, Payment Gateway and Payment Processing with all the leading cards issuers. Combined with NOIRE’s industry leading fraud & risk management solutions, merchants can be confident managing their payments safely and securely from beginning to end with NOIRE.

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