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Is there a Web 1.0?

Web 1.0 is defined as a set of static Web page principles, which is why visitors only visit these sites once. Learn more about the Web 1.0 concept.

How HTML5 Works

HTML5 isn't just another HTML revision, but a comprehensive standard for how Web pages work. What sets HTML5 apart from previous versions?

How Perl Works

Perl is easy to use once you know the basics. It can be used to create DOS batch files, C shell scripts, CGI scripts for Web pages and more. Get a great introduction to this versatile programming language!

How Internet Infrastructure Works

Do you ever wonder how the Internet really works? How do Web pages and e-mail move to and from your computer? See how the Internet infrastructure works.

How CGI Scripting Works

CGI scripts are used to create dynamic Web pages. When you fill out and submit a form or add your name to a guestbook, you're using CGI. Learn what CGI is and how to create your very own scripts.

How Domain Name Servers Work

If you're online a lot, you use domain name servers hundreds of times a day -- and you may not even know it! Find out how this global, usually invisible system helps get Web pages to your machine.

How WAP Works

Do you get the shakes when you�re offline for more than 10 minutes? The wireless Internet lets you browse Web pages from a cell phone or PDA. Learn about the Wireless Application Protocol that makes it possible to surf on the go.

How Search Engine Optimization Works

Search engine optimization (SEO) is a collection of techniques used to increase a Web site's ranking in search engine results pages. Learn about SEO.

What is a search engine spider?

Search engine spiders have different tasks. Learn about search engine spiders in this article.

How do you find your temporary Internet files?

How do you find your temporary Internet files? Visit to learn where to find your temporary Internet files.

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