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Server-Side Site Management Techniques - Birkbeck College, London, 1st December 2000

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Netskills <[log in to unmask]>

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There are a few places left on this workshop in London, now featuring 
website management techniques on mixed platforms (e.g. Apache and IIS) 



Netskills Workshop: 
Server-Side Site Management Techniques

      
09:30 - 16:30 Friday 1st December 2000 Birkbeck College, London 

As the size and complexity of web sites increase, and users and authors
demand greater functionality and frequently updated content, effective
site management becomes essential.

Server-side technologies can offer sophisticated facilities to ease the
site management task and provide effective tools to support a well
managed web site. These may include: using server-driven templates to
maintain a consistent style, restricting access, use of cookies and
session variables to make sites more "user friendly", custom error
messages, time/date stamps and logging user access.

This workshop is aimed at people who provide web content for the
internet or an internal intranet and wish to learn more about
server-based site management techniques. 

The workshop is principally based on ASP/IIS technology but the
techniques and concepts investigated are generic there will be
opportunities to try them out on other types of web servers (e.g.
Apache)

This is not intended to be a complete guide to web server or NT
administration but covers practical tools and techniques of web site
management. 

Workshop Content: 
The workshop will comprise presentations, demonstrations and 
hands-on sessions with opportunities for questions and discussion. 
Participants will each receive a workbook which contains workshop 
exercises, presentation slides and other relevant materials. 

Topics covered will include: 
 * Using server-side technology to enhance site functionality 
 * Password protection and IP restriction 
 * Browser detection 
 * Templates and server side includes 
 * Page redirection and site navigation 
 * Time and date stamps 
 * Email response forms 
 * Cookies and session variables 
 * Error messages and log files 

By the end of the workshop participants will have:
 * Developed and used templates to apply a "house style" to manage
   common content across several pages 
 * Developed pages to deliver browser/user specific content 
 * Created pages accessed via a password 
 * Investigated the use of page redirects for site management and
   navigation 
 * Investigated the use of cookies and session variables to "maintain
   state" between pages 
 * Created a simple email response form 
 * Added time and date stamps to pages 
 * Explored the anatomy of a web site including log files and custom
   error messages 

Workshop Requirements: 
Participants should have previously used the World Wide Web through a
browser such as Internet Explorer or Netscape, and MUST have authored
web pages using HTML and be familiar with the concepts of publishing
material to a web server. No previous experience of web server
administration is necessary. Knowledge of basic HTML tags such as for
including images and hyperlinks is essential, and experience of using
Windows for opening and closing applications such as web browser would
be helpful.

The cost of the workshop is  110 for participants from higher and
further education. The workshop fee for other public sector
participants is 
 135 and the fee for commercial and business sector participants is
 195.
Note: Costs include lunch, morning coffee and afternoon tea. 


For more information about Netskills workshops, including 
online booking forms, look at the Netskills event pages on the World 
Wide Web at: 
 http://www.netskills.ac.uk/workshops/ 

or contact Netskills directly by email: 
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or by Fax: 
0191 222 5001 

or leave a request for booking forms on the bookings hotline: 
0191 222 5008 



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