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Chapter 8. The Web > Hacks #85-98

8.1. Hacks #85-98

Mac OS X is a web powerhouse, both in terms of its web-serving capabilities and wide range of web browsers from which to choose.

On the server side, OS X's understated Personal Web Sharing is powered by the ubiquitous, flexible, and industrial-strength Apache web server. Just click the Start button (System PreferencesSharingServices) and you have a full-blown web server at your disposal. By the end of this chapter, you'll be serving up dynamic content, running CGI applications, scripting PHP pages, and putting together server-side include-driven pages with the best of them. We'll also show you how to control access to your web site, honing what visitors can and cannot see.


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