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en.wikipedia.org 28,718,623
w3.org 332,093
httpd.apache.org 36,523
w3schools.com 177,814
cgi.resourceindex.com 5,451
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NCSA HTTPd IdentityCheck Directive
Oct 2, 1995 ... Only one IdentityCheck directive should appear in the configuration file. ... If no IdentityCheck directive is present, httpd assumes: ...
NCSA HTTPd Tutorial: Server Side Includes (SSI)
Overview of server configuration and coding syntax.
NCSA HTTPd FancyIndexing
Jul 12, 1995 ... If your documents are being served from an AFS drive, you will want to seriously consider turning fancy indexing off. ...
Anonymous FTP: Sitelist Part 7 of 23 [07/23]
ftp://ftp.eos.ncsu.edu/ USA GMT -5 15-Dec-94 PC NFS FAQ North Carolina State ... Eos software@eos.ncsu.edu Files : 68K; anyboard; bae; bnr; DAS; E115; Eos; ...
Anonymous FTP: Sitelist Part 9 of 23 [09/23]
Apr 17, 1996 ... ftp://ftp.ii.pw.edu.pl/ Poland GMT +1 admin Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, ..... mailserver@leo.org http://www.informatik.tu-muenchen.de/ .... ftp://ftp.informatik.uni-rostock.de/ Germany GMT +1 28-Mar-95 ...
NCSA Tutorial: Imagemap
In this case, we would put the circle before the rectangle. ... If this doesn't make sense to you, then just trust me: place your map file in a subdirectory ...
NCSA Tutorial: Imagemap
There are a number of image creation and editing programs that will work nicely -- the one I use is called xpaint (I don't know where its home page is ...
NCSA Tutorial: Imagemap
For more information on Client Side Imagemaps, check out the Spyglass tutorial. .... With NCSA HTTPd 1.5, the server can now handle imagemap queries without ...
NCSA Tutorial: Imagemap
A common scheme for an imagemap is a collection of points, polygons, rectangles and circles, each containing a short text description of some piece of ...
NCSA Tutorial: Imagemap
Requirements; Compiling the Imagemap Script; Your First Imagemap; Internal Imagemap Support; A Complete Example; Real-World Examples ...
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