Using Intranet HTML

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Que, 1996 - Computers - 1080 pages
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Based on the best-selling content of Special Edition Using HTML, this complete reference is fine-tuned for Intranet Web developers. It addresses many of the issues common to Intranet developers, including page templates and policies, search engines, site maintenance and updates, and much more!
-- Provides up-to-date coverage of the new HTML features supported by Netscape and Microsoft Internet Explorer
-- Includes extensive coverage of forms and CGI for interactive applications and database access on an Intranet
-- Features coverage of security and access restrictions that are key to data security on an Intraweb
-- CD-ROM includes all the tools needed to build an Intranet with HTML

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Contents

Introduction
1
Introduction to Intranets
4
Introduction to Intranets
7
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Mark Brown, M.D., is a graduate of both Harvard Law School and Dartmouth Medical School, and has practiced emergency medicine for the past eleven years. He lives in California.