CGI Programming 101 will show you how to add guestbooks, page counters, shopping carts and other interactive elements to your website. CGI programming is easy to learn; if you know HTML, you can learn CGI. You don’t need any prior programming experience.
You’ll need a few things before you can start writing CGI programs. You’ll need a web server, for one. Chances are good that your current web host or ISP already supports CGI programs, but if you aren’t sure, ask them. This book is geared towards Unix, but you can easily set up Apache and Perl on Mac and Windows.
Table of Contents
- Getting Started
- Perl Variables
- CGI Environment Variables
- Processing Forms and Sending Mail
- Advanced Forms and Perl Control Structures
- Reading and Writing Data Files
Format(s): PDF, HTML
File size: 109 KB
Number of pages: 78
Link: Download or read online.