26. Apache (httpd): Setting Up a Web Server

The World Wide Web (WWW or Web for short), is a collection of servers that hold material, called content, that Web browsers (or just browsers) can display. Each of the servers on the Web is connected to the Internet, a network of networks (an internetwork). Much of the content on the Web is coded in HTML (Hypertext Markup Language, page 1086). Hypertext, the code behind the links that you click ...

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