Build Your Own Website: The title says it all.
Introduction to Security: Websites must be secure. This is a good starting point.
Steve's Shellscript Subset: If you're REALLY into UNIX or Linux the time may come when you write CGI or other scripts as shellscripts. This site gives you the 10% you'll need to do 90% of your work.
The Lazy Man's Way to Linux Screenshots: When you need to put screenshots on your website, here's how to do it.
Gimp for the Artistically Challenged: Here's how to use the Gimp image software to quickly make and modify quality images.
Samba configuration: This is a tiny subset of what you'll find in my Samba Unleashed book.
DNS: Although written for Bind 8, this is still a good, easy to read resource.
DHCP: Ultra simple configuration instructions. After mastering this, you can go on to more complex material.
Linux issue of Troubleshooting Professional Magazine: An aging but still useful walkthrough of installing and using Linux, including DNS, httpd.conf configuration, CGI, and creating a Perl/CGI::DBI::DBD::PostgreSQL web app.
PHP/PostgreSQL Tutorial: You can find plenty of PHP tutorials, but this is one of the few that works with the industrial strength free-software DBMS, PostgreSQL.
XML: A very complete XML tutorial. If you are contemplating using XML on the web, this is a must read.
Socket Programming Tutorial: Name says it all.
Steve Litt's PERLs of Wisdom: Perl info, the 10% you need to do 90% of your job.
Python Patrol Tutorial: Python is considered a more structured and readable alternative to Perl, and gains more users daily. If you want to do CGI but don't like Perl, check out Python.
SQL Troubleshooting Page: When you're
getting SQL errors, here are some troubleshooting hints.
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