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From .net issue 75
ASP Part 2
In the second of our two-part series on Active Server Pages, Karl Hodge explains how to connect Web pages to databases using authoring tools.
From .net issue 74
Vamp up your site with CGI scripts
Turn your Web site into an interactive paradise with help from Perl and CGI. Jo Chipchase explains how to process forms and add message boards.
From .net issue 74
ASP Part 1
In the first of a two-part series, Karl Hodge explains the basics of Active Server Pages, a dynamic alternative to standard HTML.
From .net issue 67
DHTML - double the trouble
Mike Down looks at the pitfalls of wrting DHTML code that works with both Netscape and Internet Explorer.
From .net issue 64
Style sheets crash course
Style sheets are a quick and easy way to control the content and appearance of your web pages. Neal Slateford gets you up and running in a flash.
From .net issue 61
What is DHTML?
Dynamic HTML can make your pages do clever things without any programming. Mike Williams explains how.
From .net issue 60
What is CGI?
CGI is an integral part of many Web sites but what exactly is it and how can you use it? Mike Williams explains.
From .net issue 59
What is ASP?
Seb Duggan explains the mysteries of Active Server Pages - server-side scripting, Microsoft style.
From .net issue 59
Easy Java Applets
Don't be scared of Java. Dave Taylor shows you how to add some piping hot Net technology to your Web pages.
From .net issue 48
What is XML?
XML is the mark-up language set to revolutionise the Web. Neal Slateford investigates.
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