The Web Server Handbook

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Prentice Hall PTR, Jan 1, 1996 - Computers - 460 pages
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You can set up your own Web server, even if you have little or no Web experience. The Web Server Handbook shows you how: step-by-step, with no hype. And it covers all the software you'll need, too - whether you use Windows 95, Windows 3.1, Windows NT, Macintosh, LINUX, or UNIX. Better yet, with The Web Server Handbook, you can build an attractive site customized to your own needs - not just a cookie-cutter site that looks like everyone else's. You'll even find quick-reference guides to many important tools for Web site operators, including HTML, CGI, Perl programming, TCP/IP networking, and basic UNIX. The free CD-ROM contains the Internet's most popular Web Servers, including those from Apache, CERN, and NCSA, and a 60-day trial version of the WebSite Windows NT Web Server. The CD-ROM also contains dozens of helper applications and Web pages with built-in links to extensive on-line resources - even a Web site just for readers of this book.

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Contents

CHAPTER
11
Summary
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CHAPTER 4
37
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Palmer has been a technical writer & programmer in the mainframe computer industry for the past nine years

Schneideris an independent consultant specializing in Macintosh applications

Chenette has been a technical writer & UNIX system administrator for 13 years.

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