Today, Web 1.0 is one of the fastest forms of text browsers, being read-only, that is, a query web, therefore, users cannot interact with the content of the page (comments are not allowed). , appointments, answers, among others.), for which its status is totally limited to the query. By virtue of this, users participate as consumers of the content.
It is valid to say that Web 2.0 has been known as the social web and represents a set of interactive platforms designed for the publication of content, such as Blogger (a service that allows you to publish content online in the form of personal pages), social networks, services known as wikis or Wikipedia (computer work system used in websites that allows users to modify or create their content quickly and easily) and photo, audio or video hosting portals.
As can be seen, there are considerable differences between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0, which are specified in the following table:
|Web 1.0||Web 2.0|
|It is designed as a consultation website.||It is designed as an interactive Web.|
|Users participate as consumers of content.||Users participate as content producers.|
|Web 1.0 pages are static.||Web 2.0 pages are dynamic.|
|The pages do not present constant updates but rather are made on a non-periodic basis.||The pages present constant updates.|