Where No One Has Gone Before was a gem of the early Internet. Unusually heavy on graphics for its time, browsing the website was quite an experience.
To be honest, it was a little difficult. The links — white text superimposed on images — were sometimes hard to read and all the sections looked different, forcing you to reorient every time you opened a new page.
But that did make it fun to spent time on the site.
The website’s main attraction was a picture database of all Federation and alien starships, although this remained incomplete until its demise.
In addition, Where No One Has Gone Before was full of early-web trivia: awards, links, webrings.
Other sections, such as schematics and a profile of the Starship Voyager, remained “under construction” until the very end.