"There are innumerable book and online resources for learning web-related skills," says Stephen Spainhour, co-author with Robert Eckstein of Webmaster in a Nutshell. "What this book does is pare them down into a single desktop-sized volume for easy reference. You may be whiz at CGI programming, but forget the syntax for sending cookies. You may know HTML fairly well, but can never remember the correct syntax for creating tables. You might forget the directive for creating directory aliases on your server or how to enforce password protection on documents."
Webmaster in a Nutshell, the latest in the bestselling O'Reilly "In a Nutshell" series, makes it easy to find the information you want about the technologies you use. While other books collect dust on the shelf; Webmaster in a Nutshell will become dog-eared next to your keyboard.
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Webmaster in a Nutshell,
By Stephen Spainhour & Robert Eckstein
2nd Edition June 1999
1-56592-325-1, 540 pages, $24.95
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