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Title:
Mac OS 8 Web server cookbook
Author:
Hart, David L.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall PTR, [1999]

©1999
Physical Description:
xxviii, 435 pages ; 24 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
Title Subject:
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ISBN:
9780135200162
Format :
Book

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Central Library QA76.76.O63 H355 1999 Adult Non-Fiction Central Closed Stacks
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"Learn how to choose the right Mac for your site; work with text, tables, frames, image maps, graphics and multimedia; test your pages on Netscape and Microsoft browsers; and much more. Keep your site "clean and healthy" with simple Mac Web server maintenance and security techniques." "Add state-of-the art interactivity with JavaScript. Even preview tomorrow's hottest technologies, from Rhapsody to Webcasting and XML!"--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved


Author Notes

Phil Bourne is Senior Staff Scientist at the San Diego Supercomputer Center and author of many computer science books. David Hart is an editor at the San Diego Supercomputer Center. He lives in San Diego, CA.


Table of Contents

Preface
Conventions
What Is an Internet-Enhanced Book?
1 The Global Recipe
2 The Ingredients (Introduction)
The Mac OS. Internet Ingredients
The Internet Restaurant (Client-Server Interaction)
3 Preparing the Kitchen (Planning)
Who Is the Intended Audience?
What Information Types Will I Encounter?
What Human Resources Will I Need?
What Hardware Will I Need?
How Do I Connect to the Internet?
4 Choosing Your Appliances (Selecting Software)
FTP servers
Mail Services
Web Servers
Search Engines
Name Server
Client Software
Development Tools
5 Digging In (Client Software)
Web Browsers
Using Ftp
Using a List Server
Graphics Viewers
Sound Player
Video Viewer
News Readers
IRC Chat Client
6 Firing Up the Grill (Getting On-line)
Anonymous Ftp: NetPresenz
E-mail Services
Web Servers
Search Tools
Testing Your Internet Kitchen
Example Server Recipes
7 Keeping a Clean and Healthy Kitchen (Staying On-line)
Basic System Maintenance
Server Management
Security
8 An Orderly Menu (Information Layout)
Types of Information to Organize
Folder Hierarchy
File Naming
9 Web Recipes (Basic Web Documents)
"Authoring" and Publishing
Hypertext and Text Markup
HTMLThe Basics
Design Basics
Putting It all Together
Publishing Your Web Pages
10 Gourmet Web Recipes (Advanced Web Documents)
Tables
Clickable Maps
Frames
Server-Side Includes
"Active" Pages and HTML Extensions
11 Forms (Web Input Processing)
Interactive Web Pages
Forms
The Common Gateway Interface (CGI)
Common CGI Languages
Forms by Example
Cookies
12 Cooking with Java and JavaScript (The Global Computer)
Computing via the Internet
JavaScript
Java
The Java Environment
Developing with Java and JavaScript
13 Data Buffet (The Global Database)
Serving Databases
Database Connection Methods
Products and Tools
Examples
14 Kitchen of the Future (Emerging Server Technology)
Rhapsody and Mac OS X
Webcasting
Beyond HTML
Group and Collaborative Environments
Epilogue t Food for Thought
Appendix A Internet-based Resources for Learning the Mac OS
Appendix B HTML Reference Guide
Glossary
Index

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