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Simple Web Sites Using DocBook XML and CSS

How to build simple content Web sites using DocBook XML and CSS. more>>

Chapter 7: Static Meets Dynamic Adding Caches to Reduce Costs

Static content on a website is like a phone book, but imagine how difficult it would be to use your "paper cache" if the numbers inside the phone book constantly changed or if numbers differed based on who was looking them up.  This is why caching dynamic content poses a more difficult problem than caching static content. more>>

At the Forge - Creating Mashups

It's a crime not to mashup two or more Web services to deliver more than they can deliver separately. more>>

The Searchable Site

How to use Webglimpse to search and add search-based ads to your site. more>>

Fixing Web Sites with GreaseMonkey

Who says “View Source” on a Web page has to be a read-only proposition? Re-mix your favorite Web sites by changing styles, adding and removing elements, and more. more>>

Kernel Korner - Linux as an Ethernet Bridge

It passes packets like a bridge and filters like a firewall. Put extra security and versatility in front of any server or device, without reconfiguring it. more>>
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