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  • 16.3. Working with Files and Directories The previous pages show you how to navigate your directories using Unix commands. Just perusing your directories isn't particularly productive, however.

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  • In this chapter, the following content will be discussed: Internal links, external links, directory structure, internal document reference, adding images to web pages, using images as links, image map, adding video to web pages, adding audio to web pages.

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  • The world has come a long way since Duke first started tumbling in early versions of Netscape Navigator. Java has outgrown its humble origins as a cool way of providing interactivity on Web pages and has found a new role as a major, server-side development platform. The actual Java language has changed little in the intervening years, but an enterprise-quality infrastructure has risen up around it.

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  • Several years ago, Thomas’s English Muffins had an ad that proclaimed that the tastiness of their muffins was due to the presence of myriad “nooks and crannies.” The same may be said of the Internet. It is in the Internet’s nooks and crannies that the true “tastiness” often lies. Almost every Internet user has used Google and probably Yahoo!, and any group of experienced searchers could probably come up with a dozen or so sites that every one of them had used.

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  • The Web Application Developer’s Guide presents some of the technologies available for developing web-based multi-tier applications. A web application is a collection of HTML/XML documents, web components servlets and JavaServer Pages), and other resources in either a directory structure or archived format known as a web archive (WAR) file. A web application is located on a central server and provides service to a variety of clients.

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  • Target Audience Money The Future Websites cgi-bin logs public_html Other Website Files Organization and Navigation Files and Directories Page Layout Navigation Imagemaps Toggles and Accordions Tabbed Content Sections Opening New Windows Page Head Information meta Elements link Elements Other Head Elements Search Engine Optimization Avoiding Common Mistakes Designing the Presentation Before the Information Architecture Using Outdated Tools and Construction Methods Not Validating the HTML and CSS Not Testing in Different Browsers Not Putting in Enough Comments Summary 212 213 214 215 218 219...

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  • After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: Internal links, external links, directory structure, internal document reference, adding images to web pages, using images as links, image map, adding video to web pages, adding audio to web pages.

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  • The Java™ Web Services Tutorial For Java Web Services Developer’s Pack, v1.6 June 14, 2005 .Copyright © 2005 Sun Microsystems, Inc., 4150 Network Circle, Santa Clara, California 95054, U.S.A. All rights reserved.U.S. Government Rights - Commercial software. Government users are subject to the Sun Microsystems, Inc. standard license agreement and applicable provisions of the FAR and its supplements. This distribution may include materials developed by third parties.

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  • Introduction to Unix Rob Funk University Technology Services Workstation Support http://wks.uts.ohio-state.

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  • 224 Chapter 5: Building Websites Organization and Navigation Website organization and navigation go hand in hand. A site that is well organized is usually easy to navigate. Pages have names that make sense, and files are organized into directories that logically reflect the website’s topic focus. A poorly organized site, on the other hand, is usually difficult to navigate and harder to maintain. F i le S a n D D i r e C to r i e S Before the introduction of Windows 95, a filename had to be short—no more than eight characters for the name part plus a three-character extension—if you...

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  • This module provides students with knowledge of the purpose and benefits of using Microsoft® Internet Information Services (IIS) version 5.0. After completing this module, students will be able to: Describe the service provided by IIS. Configure Web server properties. Create Web sites and virtual directories. Manage Web site content. Configure authentication to a Web site. Configure access to Web pages. Configure browsers for Internet and intranet access. Maintain and update an IIS server.

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  • Starting MATLAB Startup Options You can define startup options for MATLAB, which instruct MATLAB to perform certain operations upon startup. There are two ways to specify startup options for MATLAB: • “Using the Startup File for MATLAB, startup.m” on page 1-5 • “Adding Startup Options for Windows Platforms” on page 1-5 or “Adding Startup Options for UNIX Platforms” on page 1-7 Using the Startup File for MATLAB, startup.m At startup, MATLAB automatically executes the master M-file matlabrc.m and, if it exists, startup.m. The file matlabrc.

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  • This page intentionally left blank Download at Introduction Windows Server 2008 shipped with several server roles that provide application services such as Active Directory, web services, thin client Terminal Services, video streaming media services, server virtualization services, and many others. This book focuses on the services specific to server virtualization called Hyper-V. Hyper-V enables an organization to consolidate several physical server systems into a single host server while still providing isolation between virtual guest session application operations.

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  • 122 Chapter 6 Response Rendering Serving Static Files The easiest way to start responding to URL requests is to place static files inside the project’s /public directory. As the name implies, this is where all publicly accessible resources are located. Static files include HTML markup pages, CSS stylesheets, JavaScript files, images, and anything else that you would place on a plain old web server. Well, this isn’t very exciting, is it? If your users wanted to see static content, they could go read a book.

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