This article constitutes section 1, part C, chapter 6 of the CIW Website design manager course briefly covers: Internetworking Servers In this chapter we shall look at some of the server types you are likely to encounter on the Internet when configuring your
This article constitutes section 1, part C, chapter 5 of the CIW Website design manager course briefly covers: Internet Addressing Internet Addressing To ensure that each host on the Internet has a unique IP address, a central authority called the International
Networking can be a complex subject, so this article is a brief overview of TCP/IP Internet Architecture with the protocols used in routing methodology.
Local and Wide Area Networks and the protocols used to implement them.
Network standards are maintained by IEEE LAN Standards.
Networking Protocols the section from the CIW course from some years ago.
Not especially revealing unless you are a real techie geek, which, at the time, I was.
An introduction to Networking looks at the different networking topologies discussing the pros and cons of each. It also mentions network operating systems.
We look at bus, ring, star and mesh topologies. And who remembers Netware?
This article constitutes section 1, part B, chapter 8 of the CIW Website design manager course and briefly covers: the Graphical User Interface. Graphical User Interface Editors You can create Web pages using a graphical user interface (GUI) HTML editor,
Frames are intended to be holders for tabular data but are often used to aid positioning of graphical elements as required.
A very brief overview of HTML forms used in basic web pages. Used when collecting user data such as name and personal preferences.