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Hey folks - As I have said in some replies, my website is down so you cannot read the articles at their home (where they are updated when I receive comments).

However, it was incredibly easy for me (two links) to go from the referenced article above, to my tutorials that have been mirrored by WDVL.

The URL you want is http://www.wdvl.com/Authoring/Scripting/WebWare/Server/

Please note that these articles are not updated by me, so they include errors that have been fixed after publication but not mirrored on this site and also note that these articles are all very old. I have nothing to do with WDVL.

Now...the complete article from which the referenced page comes from starts at:

http://www.wdvl.com/Authoring/Scripting/WebWare/Server/

It then continues on http://www.wdvl.com/Authoring/Scripting/WebWare/Server/CGIsux.html

Then concludes on http://www.wdvl.com/Authoring/Scripting/WebWare/Client/

Why WDVL does not provide previous and next links...I have no idea. But if you read the above pages in that order, at least you will see the whole argument for that article.


In reply to Where to read the full article by selenasol
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