Web 1.0 refers to the early days of the World Wide Web (WWW) in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
This era was characterized by static websites, limited interaction and user engagement, and limited access to multimedia content. The main focus was on information sharing, and websites were often used to display text-based content, with little emphasis on design or user experience.
Navigation was simple, and search engines were limited, making it difficult for users to find the information they were looking for. During this time, the Internet was not yet widely adopted, and the online landscape was dominated by a few large companies, such as Yahoo and AOL. Overall, Web 1.0 was an early stage in the evolution of the Internet, and the foundation for the more dynamic and interactive Web 2.0 era that followed.