Webmaster in a Nutshell (In a Nutshell (O'Reilly)) Paperback – 11 Jun 1999
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Today's Webmasters must be literate in a number of different--and ever-evolving--languages and technologies. Webmaster in a Nutshell is meant as a tool for dealing with this demanding requirement. Although this title leans a bit toward freeware tools, it offers plenty of universal information as well.
Webmaster takes on a decidedly public-domain slant in its presentation of server configuration, primarily aimed at the freeware Apache server, and PHP, the freeware server-side scripting language. Even if you don't code with these tools, however, this book offers plenty of industry-standard reference. --Stephen Plain
"Yet another title in the successful In a Nutshell series, this aims to bring together all the essential information in a single volume for Unix webmasters; although much of the content will also be relevant to webmasters working on other platforms? This book is highly recommended for thos who have already got to grips with the subject.- Mike Mallett, Cvu, August 2001 'This book provides a sensible introduction to the topics facing a web master. As with all of the O'Reilly sereis books, although it has a gentle introduction, this isn't a book you'll outgrow in five minutes.- Mark Brett, NUAnces, Decemeber 2000See all Product description
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The 3rd edition was out of date when it came out, as was the 2nd... Come on O'Reilly, where's the 4th, fatter edition?
The term "webmaster" means different things to different people. In practice, I guess that not many people are concerned with both the content (html, css etc) and the delivery (Apache etc) of it. One use for this book is to give 'content providers' enough background to speak with 'server administrators' and vice versa.
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