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HTML / CSS
General
Posted: 20 May 2003   Updated: 20 May 2003   Views: 65,365   Rating: 4.60/5    Votes: 17   Popularity: 5.66
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Changes are afoot in both development practices and Web server technology that should help advance URLs to the next generation.
Site & Server Management
General
Posted: 10 Dec 2002   Updated: 10 Dec 2002   Views: 75,179   Rating: 4.44/5    Votes: 15   Popularity: 5.23
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This article explores some ways you can minimize the risk of certain attacks by anonymizing a Web server.
Product Showcase
Components and Libraries
Posted: 24 Mar 2004   Updated: 24 Mar 2004   Views: 24,730   Rating: 0.0 / 5    Votes: 0   Popularity: 0.0
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This paper outlines a common sense, cost-effective approach to lowering total cost of ownership and improving Web site and Web application performance.
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Joe Lima and Port80
Web Developer
United States United States
Port80 Software, Inc. is an innovative developer of software products for Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) focused Web site administrators, developers and owners. Port80 products enhance IIS functionality, security, performance, and user experience, augmenting IIS with on-par or better features than those provided by the Apache server. Port80 also develops the w3compiler desktop tool for next generation markup and code optimization. Port80 Software is a Microsoft Certified Partner located in San Diego, CA. Additional information about the company is available on the Internet at www.port80software.com.


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