Textbook: Webmaster in a Nutshell, Second Edition
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Chapter 1 - Introduction
The Web in a Nutshell, Who are the Webmasters?, Recommended Books
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Chapter 2 - HTML Overview
HTML Document Structure, HTML Syntax, JavaScript Event Handlers
Chapter 3 - HTML Reference
Core Attributes, HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions
Chapter 4 - Frames
Frame Layout, Nested Framesets, The <frame> Tag, Frame Targets, Frame Border Attributes
Chapter 5 - Tables
The <table> Tag, The <caption> tTag, The <tr> Tag, The <th> and <td> Tags, Border Color and Backgrounds, Advanced Table Tags
Chapter 6 - Forms
The <form>, The <input>, The <textarea>, The <select>, An example form
Chapter 7 - Character Entities
Chapter 8 - Color Names and Values
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Chapter 9 - Cascading Style Sheets
The Elements of Style, Style Syntax, Style Properties, CSS Reference
Bullet Item  Part III: XML
Chapter 10 - XML
XML Terminology, XML Reference, Document Type Definitions, The Extensible Stylesheet Language, XLink and XPointer
Bullet Item  Part IV: JavaScript
Chapter 11 - JavaScript
JavaScript Reference, JavaScript Syntax, Variables, Data Types, Expressions and Operators, Statements, Regular Expressions, JavaScript in HTML, Client-Side Object Hierarchy, Windows and Frames, Forms, Events, JavaScript Security Restrictions, Global Properties, Global Functions, Alphabetical Object Reference
Bullet Item  Part V: CGI and Perl
Chapter 12 - CGI Overview
A Typical CGI Interaction, URL Encoding, Extra Path Information, CGI Environment Variables
Chapter 13 - Server Side Includes
Configuring the Apache Server for SSI and XSSI, Basic SSI Directives, SSI Environment Variables, Configurable Time Formats for SSI Output, Conditional Statements
Chapter 14 - The CGI.pm Module
HTML Tag Generation, Importing Method Groups, Maintaining State, Named Parameters, Using JavaScript Features, Debugging, CGI.pm Reference
Chapter 15 - Web Server Programming with mod-perl
Design of mod_perl, Installing mod_perl, mod_perl Handlers, Running CGI Scripts with md_perl, Server-Side Includes with mod_perl, <Perl> Sections, Apache::Modules
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Chapter 16 - PHP
Configuration, Embedding PHP in HTML, Language Syntax, Variables, Data Types, Expressions, Operators, Control Structures, Functions, Web-Related Variables, Examples, Function Reference, Array Functions, Configuration and Logginf Functions, Database Functions, Date/Time Functions, Directory Functions, File Functions, Graphics Functions, HTTP Functions, IMAP Functions, LDAP Functions, Math Functions, PDF Functions, String Functions, Variable Manipulation Functions, XML Functions, Miscellaneous Functions
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Chapter 17 - HTTP
Client Requests, Server Responses and Status Codes, HTTP Headers, Cookies, Media Types and Subtypes
Bullet Item  Part VIII: Server Configuration
Chapter 18 - Apache Configuration
Understanding Apache, Basic Server Configuration: Core Devices
Chapter 19 - Apache Modules
mod_access, mod_actions, mod_alias, mod_auth, mod_auth_upon, mod_auth_db, mod_auth_dbm, mod_autoindex, mod_browser, mod_cern_meta, mod_cgi, mod_cookies, mod_digest, mod_dir, mod_dld, mod_dll, mod_env, mod_example, mod_expires, mod_headers, mod_imap, mod_include, mod_info, mod_isapi, mod_log_agent, mod_log_common, mod_log_config, mod_log_referer, mod_mime, mod_mime_magic, mod_mmap_static, mod_negotiation, mod_proxy, mod_rewrite, mod_setenvif, mod_so, mod_speling, mod_status, mod_userdir, mod_unique_id, mod_usertrack
Chapter 20 - Server Performance
Turn Off Reverse DNS Lookups, Use the Most Recent Version of Your Server, Keep HTML Content and HTTP Logs on Different Disks, Keep Content as Small as Possible, Performance Tips for HTML Authors, Graphics, Preprocess Queries and Cache the Results, Use Servlets or Server APIs, Increase RAM and Bandwidth, Look for Excessive TCP Retransmits, Use the Same TCP MTU as Your ISP, Use a Trailing Slash When Requesting a Directory

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