WebMaster Macintosh : how to build your own world wide webserver without really trying / Bob Levitus, Jeff Evans.Material type: TextPublication details: Boston : AP Professional, 1995. ISBN: 0124455743; 0124455751; 0124455751Subject(s): World Wide Web | Client/server computingDDC classification: 004.6/7 LOC classification: TK5105.888 | .L48 1995
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With accompanying Mac CD-ROM disk.
Ch. 1. The History of the World Wide Web (WWW) -- Ch. 2. Getting Your Feet Wet -- Ch. 3. Introduction to HTML -- Ch. 4. Maximizing Your Web Server -- Ch. 5. CGIs, Forms, Bells, and Whistles -- Ch. 6. Interviews With the Gods -- Appendix A: Glossary -- Appendix B: Internet Providers -- Appendix C: Netscape Extensions to HTML -- Appendix D: Entities & ISO Latin-1 Character Entities -- Appendix E: WebMaster Applications and Tools -- Appendix F: Mac vs Unix and the PC -- Appendix G: Announcing Your WWW Site and Then Some...
This book is a fast and easy guide for turning your Macintosh into a World Wide Web site. With this book and the enclosed CD-ROM, you can create your own Web page in a matter of hours: a brief overview of the origin and rapid growth of the World Wide Web; the nuts and bolts details you need to connect with your Internet provider; everything you need to know to write great HTML code for Web page design; all the setup and configuration information you need for your Web server, including important details about security, clickable maps and buttons, client-server architecture, and CGIs (common gateway interfaces) and how they connect to common database applications; interviews with WebMasters such as Chuck Shotton, developer of WebSTAR (formerly MacHTTP); a WebMaster Web site that will keep you up to date with all the latest tools, applications, and Web resources at your fingertips; a wealth of WebMaster information, such as useful Internet mailing lists, newsgroups, key Web site locations, and pointers to every Internet resource a WebMaster would ever need; and all the tips you need to maximize your Web site's performance, as well as how to announce it to the world. And if that's not enough...CD-ROM enclosed.