1. Web Server Elements

This page is your jumping-off-point into our discussion of Web Server  recommendations, suggestions, components and solutions. While giving a general overview we also hope to “drill down” to specific configurations and software elements.

This means it is intended for a variety of audiences:

  • Readers seeking information on general items of note from domains to content
  • Fellow administrators on  specific choices, preferences and solutions
  • Ourselves documenting and retrieving technical detail and code

Please accept that some items are generic/general to provide information for the general Reader while understanding that many topics may get technical and are not addressed to the general Reader. Simply “take” what you need and leave the other items to other audiences!

 

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We WELCOME constructive comments and discussion! However, due to rampant abuse and comment SPAM, we only allow comments by verified registered users. Please take a minute to register with your eMail address (valid & verifiable ). We DO NOT send SPAM or sell/use/market your information! PERIOD!

Unless mentioned otherwise within, these pages, images and code are open source and licensed under creative commons (with attribution and share alike) version 4.0 or later. Where suitable we may have incorporated and credited other open source text and/or images.

Our preference is for FOSS (Free Open Source Software) wherever and whenever possible. It is NOT necessarily unpaid ;-) Please understand the ideas and principals behind FOSS and DO donate or contribute as and when you can.


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