- CGI with Perl - This tutorial is somewhat specific to writing scripts within the environment provided by the Unix operating system, in general, and on systems operated by Academic Computing Services (ACS) at The University of Kansas (KU), in particular. The general principles will hold for any environment providing Perl, but the specifics may change.
(Added: 16-Apr-1999 Hits: 450)
- How To Use Your CGI-BIN - For absolute beginners who have no experience with CGI scripts. Step-by-step
instructions, including screen-shots, of how to take advantage of your host's CGI
capabilities and set up those free scripts found on the web.
(Added: 24-Jan-2000 Hits: 294)
- Imagemap Tutorial - Imagemaps are a fairly common phenomenon on the Web. An imagemap is just a gif image
that is "clickable" - that is, you click on a certain part of the image, and it sends you off to a
(Added: 23-Jan-2000 Hits: 127)
- Installing PERL Scripts - This article serves as an introduction to installing and troubleshooting Perl scripts. There's no programming in this article, just a “down and dirty” on how to get it right.
(Added: 25-Feb-2002 Hits: 165)
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