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Chapter 13. Publishing to the Web

Chapter 13. Publishing to the Web

It's no exaggeration to say that the explosive growth in the late 1990s of the World Wide Web, a global network of sites written using the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), has given companies and individuals an unprecedented freedom to publish information about themselves, their interests, and their products.

Companies can also use Web technologies to make information available over private networks running the same protocol that they use on the Internet. These private networks, or intranets, are powerful tools for collecting and disseminating information inside an organization.

One of the many advantages to publishing your Access data to the Web is that you can offer a product catalog that includes information such as your prices, product descriptions, model numbers, and so on, on your public Web site and offer your sales representatives inventory and sales information through a corporate intranet.


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