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Contents

This book is separated into eight distinct subject areas.


Chapter 1

Introduces the book and the Web in general.

Part I

Chapter 2

Gives a brief background to HTML syntax and introduces the features of the latest specification, HTML 4.0.


Chapter 3

Lists the current set of HTML tags and their attributes.


Chapter 4

Shows how to use HTML frames.


Chapter 5

Shows how to use HTML tables.


Chapter 6

Shows how to create HTML forms.


Chapter 7

Lists the special characters recognized by HTML.


Chapter 8

Lists the names accepted by HTML and CSS attributes for color values.

Part II

Chapter 9

Provides an overview and reference to the Cascading Style Sheets specification for HTML documents.

Part III

Chapter 10

Provides an introduction and reference to XML.

Part IV

Chapter 11

Provides a reference for the JavaScript language.

Part V

Chapter 12

Gives a general overview to the Common Gateway Interface, or CGI.


Chapter 13

Describes SSI, listing directives and environment variables and demonstrating their use.


Chapter 14

Provides a reference to the Perl module CGI.pm, which simplifies CGI programming.


Chapter 15

Provides a reference to mod_perl, an Apache module that can significantly enhance CGI performance.

Part VI

Chapter 16

Lists the syntax and functions of PHP, a server-side, HTML-embedded scripting language.

Part VII

Chapter 17

Provides an overview and reference to the Hypertext Transfer Protocol.

Part VIII

Chapter 18

Lists the configuration directives used by the Apache server.


Chapter 19

Lists the modules that you can use with Apache.


Chapter 20

Describes 10 areas where you can improve the performance of your server.

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