Windows 2000 Server Documentation - Web Site Management
Web Site Management
About Web Site Management : An introduction to the process of organizing and managing Web sites.
Choosing an Authoring Tool : A conceptual overview of how to choose an authoring tool that meets your needs.
Using ASP to Manage Web Site Content : An introduction to Microsoft Active Server Pages (ASP) and the ways in which it can help you manage your Web content.
Changing the Home Directory : Specifying the central location of your site.
Creating Virtual Directories : Adding directories to your site.
Redirecting Requests to a Directory : Forwarding browser requests to a new location.
Redirecting Requests to a Program : Forwarding browser requests to an application.
Enabling Content Expiration : Configuring settings for time-sensitive information.
Using Content Ratings : Rating the content of your site to help users avoid objectionable material.
Adding a Footer to Web Pages : Automatically insert a footer into each HTML page on your site.
Server-Side Includes : Inserting server commands into a Web page, which are processed after the page is requested but before it's sent to the browser.
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