This is a guide to the Internet, showing readers how to explore its vast resources by using Netscape and how to create Web documents. The book defines the difference between the Internet and the World Wide Web, indicating what a Web page is, what Web browsers do and what Netscape offers. In addition, it takes readers through all the steps of downloading, installing, running and minimally configuring Netscape. The authors use graphics and detailed examples to describe each section of the screen as it appears to users, including menus, buttons and bars. Designed to launch readers into cyberspace, this book covers a wide range of interesting Internet services and exciting places to visit, including USENET newsgroups, electronic publications, educational resources, news, sports, art galleries and more. A chapter on how to create your own Web documents shows both new and experienced users how to begin establishing their own Web presence using HTML, as well as how to post and test a home page.