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Web Site Construction Kit for Windows 95

by S. Scott Zimmerman and Christopher L. T. Brown

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If you want to quickly and reliably set up a low-cost Web server, Web Site Construction Kit for Windows 95 is for you. This comprehensive book/CD-ROM set gives you everything you need to build a professional Web site on a Windows 95 system. You'll not only learn how to install and configure a server, but also how to fill your site with compelling pages using HTML, imagemaps, CGI scripts, and Java applets. Whether you want to set up your site for business, education, research, or just pure fun, Web Site Construction Kit for Windows 95 is all you need!

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The Web Site Construction Kit for Windows 95 provides readers with everything they need to set up, develop and maintain a Web site with Windows 95. It includes detailed instructions on how to use the software on the CD-ROM to develop the Web site's content: HTML pages, CGI scripts, image maps, etc. It also includes detailed hints on troubleshooting and running a Web site. - Provides a blueprint and all the tools needed to set up a complete Web site

- Teaches how to install, configure, and administer a Windows 95 server

- CD-ROM contains all the source code from the book and useful utilities



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