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Spinning The Web: A Guide To Serving Information On The Internet
by Andrew Ford
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The World Wide Web is rapidly transforming the information superhighway and is now the fastest growing segment of the Internet both in terms of expansion of website numbers (literally thousands of new websites per day) and website visitors (now numbering in the millions). Most books on the web describe its usage from the user's end, Spinning The Web: A Guide To Serving Information On The World Wide Web is unique in its focus on website providers and the serving of information on the web. Spinning The Web presents everything from the basics to advanced techniques and will prove invaluable to website developers and administrators (web-masters). Topics covered include servers, clients, HTML, serving documents, interfaces, WWW utilities, web browsers (viewers), and more! Spinning The Web is "must" reading for anyone contemplating setting up on the web.
The World Wide Web is transforming the way we provide and obtain information across the globe. It is a method of presenting and receiving information over the Internet, the worldwide conglomeration of computer networks which is currently exploding in growth. The simple and appealing presentation of information on the WWW has made this the fastest growing segment of the Internet, and it is well on its way toward dominating information exchange. This book will contain information needed to serve and retrieve data on the World Wide Web. It will include information about servers, the programs that give out information, and also about clients, such as Mosaic. The book will cover both simple and advanced usage. The book will be tied in to Springer's Web site in a variety of ways: there will be links to internet references, and the author will interact with readers via a bulletin board. It will be useful for web site administrators who need such information at their fingertips and to individuals who want to set up their own web sites.
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