This is a fantasic article!!
Thank you so much.
My Boss turned me on to this site and I've been coding Perl for like a year in mostly Windows and simple stuff. I just started to attempt to do CGI but had problems and need to practice at home on a server that has cgi. I was able to download the Windows Apache Server and install it on my box at home with your directions. Of couse I had typo errors and I didn't catch them but your directions to the error.log solved that problem.
Now I'm off to your site for the "online Web programming course".
Once again Thanks! ;-)
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