Setting Up an Internet Site for Dummies

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IDG Books Worldwide, 1996 - Internet - 362 pages
In the comical Dummies fashion, Jason and Ted Coombs take Net users and turn them into Net programming wizards in no time at all. This book clarifies all the abstract aspects of Internet programming, lists resources available to create fascinating and useful Net programs, and contains valuable coupons to CTS, an Internet service provider.

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Part Vh The Part ofTens 297
Part h Laying the Foundation of an Internet Site

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Jason Coombs has built applications around and managed system and network security for Internet Information Services and Windows servers since he cofounded the non-profit SCIENCE.ORG in 1995. He is coauthor of Setting Up An Internet Site For Dummies, ActiveX(R) Sourcebook, and Netscape Livewire Sourcebook as well as other technical books and articles. He built and operates a Microsoft-based server farm for Digital Marketplace, an Internet Service Provider he cofounded in 1999. Jason also leads a team of forensic computer scientists at who provide expert witness testimony and computer forensic analysis in civil and criminal court cases. Jason's articles about Internet programming and site building have been published by MSDN(R), the Microsoft Developer Network and he cowrote the "Digital Business" column for Byte Magazine on line at His e-mail address is

Ted Coombs is a veteran programmer and software engineer who has written more than a dozen books on computer technology, including "dBASE for Windows Programming For Dummies," "PowerBuilder Programming For Dummies," and "Setting Up an Internet Site For Dummies,"

Roderico DeLeon has worked as a PC and networking consultant and is the author of several books.

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