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ASP vs. PHP

by Halstatt Pires September 21, 2006
Both ASP and PHP are languages used to build Dynamic Web sites that can interact with Databases and exchange information.

Why Not Start Using CGI Proxy Sites?

by Michael Paul August 15, 2006
CGI Proxy sites work by very quickly and effectively relaying web page request for users to web sites and back.

How to Install and Run phpAdsNew

by Bedrich Omacka July 19, 2006
What is phpAdsNew? It is great script written in PHP which can be used to manage different ad campaigns on your website.

Perl Regular Expression Tutorial

by Carl Franklin and Gary Wisniewski June 16, 2006
A regular expression is a string of characters which tells the searcher which string (or strings) you are looking for. The following explains the format of regular expressions in detail.

How to easily make friendly URL's in Apache - Part 1

by Jim May 09, 2006
This is part one of a two part tutorial using mod_rewrite. Part one can be applied directly to any language, but part two will get into a php specific implementation.

Your First Perl Script

by John Saya March 08, 2006
All Perl scripts start off with the same line. It tells the server where the Perl interpreter is (Generally this does not matter on a Windows based server).

Ada's Introduction to CGI Programming

December 21, 2004
There are basically two ways to write a CGI script- in C, or Perl. The advantage of C is that it's a compiled language, so it tends to be more efficient than Perl.

Ada's Introduction to CGI

December 21, 2004
You want a message forum for your site? How about a feedback form, or a counter?You want a message forum for your site? How about a feedback form, or a counter?

CGI Made Really Easy

by James Marshall March 03, 2004
This primer focuses on writing CGI scripts to process HTML forms on the Web. It skips some details, but can bring you up to speed fast (literally an hour or less), and covers 90% of real-world situations.

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