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.
http://www.pacificnet.net/howto.html: Perfect troubleshooting reference. A very thorough how-to FAQ by my Internet provider, PACIFICNET. This has PERL, CGI, FORMS, MAPS, COUNTERS, and almost everything else you'd want to know. The proof of the advice is that Pacificnet uses it to deliver spectacular service.
Lost in Cyberspace: The Director's Home Page: Very handy links to Java sites, and to a wide range of graphics sites.
Numbers for Ethernet: VERY low-level stuff. The Ethernet troubleshooting
numbers are lists of Type codes, vendor codes, and multicast addresses
that can help identify and track down machines and protocols in use on
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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