The Internet Publishing Handbook

The Internet Publishing Handbook

A guide to the process of Internet publishing describes the techniques and tools involved in setting up home pages, online brochures, and ongoing information services, and covers how to set up a server and maintain information.


This book is for those of you who want to publish on the Internet. This book will provide you with the information you need to set up shop, and it will enable you to reach millions of users who connect to the Internet looking for information, services, and products.

This book will take you through the process of Internet publishing from beginning to end, using examples and advice gathered from Internet publishers around the world. It will bring you up to speed on the issues, techniques, and problems that you will encounter when you join the growing legions of educational institutions, government organizations, manufacturers and retailers, service organizations, large corporations and small businesses, those in the arts and sciences, and others who are tapping in to the Internet to publish information and quickly reach an expanding, worldwide audience, thanks to tools such as Gopher, the World-Wide Web, and the Wide Area Information Server.

Table of Contents

  • Overview of Internet Publishing, WWW, Gopher, and WAIS
  • Groundwork
  • Gopher and Gopher+
  • World-Wide Web
  • WAIS and Indexing Alternatives
  • Other Tools of the Trade
  • Internet Commerce
  • Hiring Out the Work
  • Copyright
  • Putting It All Together
  • The Future of Internet Publishing

Book Details

Author(s): Mike Franks
Format(s): HTML
Number of pages: 359
Link: Read online.

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