Chapter 27. Apache: Setting Up a Web Server

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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 1040). Hypertext, the links you click on a Web page, allows browsers to display ...

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