- Java Barcode
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- Online Store
4: Working with WYSIWYG in Java
4: Working with WYSIWYG
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Table 4-1 lists some places on the World Wide Web where you can find more information about the topics covered in this chapter
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Program Microsoft Expression Web 3 Adobe Dreamweaver HotDog PageWiz 104 Web Studio 50
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Web Address http://wwwmicrosoftcom/Expression/ products/overviewaspx key=web wwwadobecom/products/dreamweaver http://downloadcnetcom/HotDogPageWiz/3000-10247_4-10032809html wwwwebstudiocom
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Part I: Building Your First Web Site
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Letting the World In: Choosing a Host and Domain Name
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Choosing a host Finding free Web site providers Picking and registering domain names
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f you don t already have a Web site or if you re unhappy with your current Web space provider, you have several options You can run your own Web server, of course With any type of broadband connection and Linux, it s even possible to put together a creditable setup in your own home But that s a lot of work ask network administrators just how much leisure time they have And many broadband providers have policies forbidding you from doing that sort of thing, anyway If you want to focus on developing and maintaining your site, your best bet is to leave the day-to-day grunge work of keeping the server up and running to someone else
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Practically every Web-hosting provider offers all sorts of extended services in addition to plain Web space These often include some form of e-commerce hosting, ranging from simply supplying the software to setting up a complete turnkey solution ( here s your system turn the key and you re good to go ) for you
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Part I: Building Your First Web Site
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Going Live: Choosing a Host
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You have three basic options when it comes to Web hosting: ISPs Virtual servers Dedicated servers
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The same people who provide you with Internet access can also be your Web space provider Almost certainly, you have at least some room for Web pages as part of your basic service If you re not interested in a very extensive site or in one that has tons of glitzy features, the basic setup the ISP gives you will probably suffice Even if you don t have any kind of CGI access (see 8 for more on the Common Gateway Interface), you can probably still use remotely hosted services, like the ones described in this book, to enhance your site Many domain name registrars (described in Finding a registrar, later in this chapter) also provide various amounts of Web site space as a part of their services
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Virtual servers are nothing more than directories on a hard drive If that hard drive is on an existing Web server that supports virtual server capabilities, however, the Webmaster can make each one of those directories seem as though it s a fully functional Web server Other than being a really clever example of how you can use computer technology, does this have a practical application for you It depends on your budget and your site s traffic expectations It s certainly one of the cheapest ways to get your site up and running You could pay for a couple of months worth of a typical virtual server by skipping one good dinner at a decent restaurant Some virtual servers are so cheap that you could pay for them just by skipping dessert
5: Letting the World In: Choosing a Host and Domain Name
On the other hand, you re sharing one physical server with lots of other virtual servers Any physical server s performance degrades as it gets busier, with more and more people connecting to it and placing demands on it But if you re on a virtual server, that scenario has a slightly different meaning People visiting a Web site on one of the other virtual servers hosted on the same physical server as yours are putting a drain on your resources, too, because those resources are shared Basically, if someone else s site gets too busy, yours can slow down till it looks like a turtle in molasses And vice versa
Nearly every company that handles virtual servers also leases dedicated ones A dedicated server is a step up from a virtual server: Although it costs a bit more, it s your very own physical computer holding your Web site, with nobody else on it Both virtual and dedicated servers offer more than just Web hosting For example, they also handle e-mail The focus here is only on the Web-hosting aspect because this book is about Web sites Dedicated servers used to cost a small fortune, but a combination of generally lower computer prices and competitive pressures has dropped the expense of leasing one At a rock-bottom price of around $50 $100 per month, dedicated servers are still maybe a bit pricey for a private individual, but for any serious commercial operation, they re a great bargain After all, that s only $600 $1,200 a year, although hiring a single network administrator to work at your company can easily set you back 100 times that or even more Why compare those two costs Aren t they apples and oranges No, not at all When you lease a dedicated server, the people you re leasing it from take care of keeping it up and running, which is what a network administrator does Like virtual servers, dedicated servers are located at the facility of a Web space provider, such as Verio (wwwveriocom see Figure 5-1), and you don t have to worry about regularly backing up your data, restoring after a crash, upgrading things like Linux kernels, or any of the million things that keep technical staffs hopping