If the information on your site changes by the minute (or the second),
plain old HTML just won't do. Stay current by attaching a database to your
Web pages. There are lots of ways to do it, and we covers them all
(or most of them, anyway).
Apache is the world's most popular Web serving software. And XSSI (eXtended
server-side includes), which is built into Apache, provides a method for
browser detection and template building.
Most servers on the Net make use of one of the many varieties of Unix. If
you'd like to set up your own server or learn the basics of the Unix
command line, your techie friends at Webmonkey can help.
The Web is great place to share information, but restricting access to that
same info is a bear. We've got some tips for the security conscious.
Learn to put together your own network and fine-tune it for peak efficiency.
IP, FTP, and HTTP are just a few of the many protocols that keep the Web
functioning. Sort through the acronym soup and see how the Web really
Some interesting backend references.