WebMaster in a Nutshell
A Desktop Quick Reference
By Valerie Quercia, Stephen Spainhour
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Final Release Date: October 1996
Pages: 374

Do you have too many books about the Web and not enough space on your bookshelf? WebMaster in a Nutshell takes all the essential reference information for the Web and pulls it together into one slim volume. This book is a quick reference for anyone who does work on the Web - content providers, programmers, and administrators alike. WebMaster in a Nutshell covers:

  • HTML 3.2, the markup language for Web documents
  • CGI, for creating interactive content on the Web
  • JavaScript, a scripting language that can be embedded directly into HTML
  • HTML extensions by Netscape Navigator 3.0 and Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0
  • Examples and descriptions of the HTML tags for creating frames, tables, and fill-in forms
  • HTTP 1.1, the underlying protocol that drives the Web
  • Configuration for the Apache, NCSA, CERN, Netscape, and WebSite servers
  • Perl 5, the programming language used most often for CGI
  • WinCGI, the CGI interface for Windows-based programming languages
  • Cookies, for maintaining state between multiple instances of CGI, Java, and JavaScript programs
WebMaster in a Nutshell breaks up these topics into concise, distinct chapters, designed to make it easy to find the information you want at a moment's notice. This is a book that anyone working seriously on the Web will find indispensable.
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