Supporting Web Servers Interactive Workbook
Appropriate for advanced Internet/World Wide Web courses; assumes some background in the web/internet technologies.The advanced series is designed to provide individuals with more in-depth knowledge and proficiencies in the technical, content management, and business management arenas. This user friendly advanced series identifies the issues surrounding the key Internet/WWW areas, evaluates those issues, and provides recommendations and solutions for implementation.
- Paperback | 416 pages
- 178.3 x 233.7 x 29mm | 836.05g
- 15 May 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- Prentice Hall
- Upper Saddle River, United States
Table of contents
I. NETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS FOR WEBMASTERS. 1. The OSI Model of Networking. 2. Internets, Intranets, and Extranets. 3. Applications and Protocols. 4. Network Security. II. WEB SERVER SUPPORT. 1. Server Evaluation Issues. 2. Server-Operating System Compatibility. 3. Document Root Taxonomies. 4. Server Security Issues and Access Authorization. 5. Searching and Indexing Issues (co-existing with robots). 6. Configuring Servers for Internet/Intranet/Extranet. 7. Server/Database Support. 8. Service Models (mirrors, proxies, etc.). 9. Logfile/traffic Analysis. 10. Supporting Multiple Servers. 11. Integration with Legacy Systems. 12. Commerce Server Issues. III. WEB PROGRAMMING AND SCRIPTING. 1. The Web Programming and Scripting Environment. 2. Programming and Scripting in a Client-Server System. 3. Common Gateway Interface (CGI) Fundamentals. 4. Programming and Scripting Security Issues. 5. User vs. Webmaster Scripting. 6. Server/Operating System APIs (Application Programming Interfaces). 7. The Document Object Model (DOM). 8. Dynamic Page Content. 9. Scripting and Programming Language Issues. IV. SUPPORTING SUPPLEMENTARY TECHNOLOGIES. 1. Interfacing with Other Information Servers (e.g., FTP). 2. Internet and WWW Standardization Activities. 3. Guidelines for the Evaluation of New Technologies. 4. Strategies for Integrating New Technologies in a Web Environment.
About Benay Dara-Abrams
BENAY DARA-ABRAMS is CEO of BrainJolt.com and the designer of the Web-based Online Adaptive Learning Environment. DREW DARA-ABRAMS is CTO of BrainJolt.com. TREVOR PEACE has a degree in Computer Science from Carleton College. He is currently working as a computer consultant in the San Francisco Bay area. BEBO WHITE is a computational physicist and Computing Information Systems Analyst at SLAC. He has written and lectured extensively on Web technology.