Webmaster in a Nutshell

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"O'Reilly Media, Inc.", 2003 - 561 pages
First, there was HTML. Then along came JavaScript. Close on the heels of JavaScript came CSS and before you mastered that, along came XML. Behind every successful web page is an overworked and underappreciated webmaster with a big pile of books about various web technologies spilling out across their desk. That collection of books is a valuable resource for delving into the topics at depth (and at leisure). But when you need an answer fast, the dog-eared book you'll turn to again and again is the new third edition of Webmaster in a Nutshell. This concise and portable quick reference distills an immense amount of information on several languages and technologies into one compact reference book. This is one book that will pay for itself a thousand times over in time saved and increased productivity. Webmaster in a Nutshell puts a fast-paced introduction, detailed reference section, and quick reference guide to each technology all within easy reach. It's packed full of the genuinely useful information a webmaster needs daily, whatever the technology, including:
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • XML
  • CGI
  • JavaScript
  • HTTP
  • PHP
  • Apache
This thorough, clear, and accessible reference makes it easy to find the information you want about the technologies you use. You'll keep your other books on the shelf; you'll keep Webmaster in a Nutshell next to your keyboard.
 

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The Web in a Nutshell
1
HTML XML CGI JavaScript and PHP
2
The HTTP Protocol
3
Recommended Books
4
HTML
5
HTML Overview
7
HTML Document Structure
8
XHTML
9
CGI Overview
265
A Typical CGI Interaction
266
URL Encoding
269
Extra Path Information
270
Server Side Includes
273
Basic SSI Directives
274
SSI Environment Variables
277
Conditional Statements
278

Dynamic Content
10
HTML Reference
14
HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions
16
Frames
59
Frame Layout
60
Nested Framesets
62
Frame Targets
63
Frame Border Attributes
65
Tables
66
The table Tag
68
The caption Tag
69
The th and td Tags
70
Border Color and Backgrounds
71
Forms
73
The input Tag
74
The textarea Tag
76
The select Tag
77
An Example Form
78
Character Entities
81
Color Names and Values
87
CSS
89
Cascading Style Sheets
91
Style Syntax
95
Style Properties
100
CSS Reference
102
XML
109
XML
111
XML Terminology
112
XML Reference
119
Entity and Character References
124
The Extensible Stylesheet Language
135
XSLT Style Sheet Structure
136
Templates and Patterns
137
XSLT Elements
142
XPath
157
XPointer and XLink
164
JavaScript
175
JavaScript
177
Syntax
178
ClientSide JavaScript
193
JavaScript API Reference
212
CGI and Perl
263
The CGIpm Module
280
HTML Tag Generation
283
Maintaining State
284
Using JavaScript Features
285
CGIpm Reference
286
Web Server Programming with mod_perl
303
Installing mod_perl
304
Running CGI Scripts with mod_perl
306
Server Side Includes with mod_perl
307
Modules
308
The Perl API
311
PHP
321
PHP
323
Embedding PHP in HTML
325
Language Syntax
327
Data Types
329
Expressions
333
Functions
336
WebRelated Variables
338
Sessions
340
Examples
341
Function Reference
345
HTTP
421
HTTP
423
Client Requests
425
Server Responses and Status Codes
428
HTTP Headers
432
Cookies
442
Media Types and Subtypes
444
Server Configuration
451
Apache Configuration
453
Core Directives
459
Apache Modules
475
Web Performance
522
HTML Authoring
524
Programming
525
Administration
526
Using Analysiscgi to Find A Bottleneck
530
Monitoring Web Performance Using Perl
532
Index
539
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Robert Eckstein, an editor at O'Reilly, works mostly on Java books (notably Java Swing) and is also responsible for the XML Pocket Reference and Webmaster in a Nutshell, 2nd Edition. In his spare time he has been known to provide online coverage for popular conferences. He also writes articles for JavaWorld magazine. Robert holds bachelor's degrees in computer science and communications from Trinity University. In the past, he has worked for the USAA insurance company and more recently spent four years with Motorola's cellular software division. He is the co-author of Using Samba.

Stephen Spainhour co-authored Webmaster in a Nutshell, Perl in a Nutshell, 1st Edition, and contributed to many other OReilly titles. He is an avid fan of professional tennis, and when hes not checking for tennis scores on the Web, he enjoys cooking, electronic music, troubleshooting his home-built PC, and watching too much television.

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