Text-based browsers don't display graphics, at least not without help. They are generally known for being small and fast, and are especially suited to use with screen-readers and other assistive technologies.


w3m is a text-based world wide web client capable of rendering HTML documents fetched through HTTP as well as ones on the local system. Capable of displaying frames, tables, and even images (in X terminals). Runs on UNIX, Linux, Windows, and Darwin.