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WWW Concepts

Description:

Our WWW Concepts test measures your knowledge of the technical issues underlying the World Wide Web. Designed for all Internet professionals, this test covers the following topics: Architecture and Design, Browsers, Cookies, Distributed Objects and Components, Links, Messaging Concepts, Services, Web Knowledge, Web Languages, and Web Servers.

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$49.95

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Test Outline


Architecture and Design
Applications
Architecture - Physical
General Design Issues
Implementations
RDBMS Considerations
Tradeoffs
Understanding Domains
Browsers
Browser Certificates
Browser Concepts
Concepts
Getting Around
Plug-ins and Addons
Preferences
Cookies
Authentication
Benefits/Drawbacks
Functions/Types
Distributed Objects and Components
ActiveX
Client-Side Programming
Concepts
Core
Server-Side Programming
Messaging Concepts
Clients
Instant Messaging
MIME and Browsers
MIME Concepts
MIME Types
Setup
Services
Connecting
Events and Event Handlers
Groups and Lists
LiveWire, LiveConnect, Live Audio
Security
Streaming Media
Terms of Service
Web Knowledge
Interactive Websites
Page Structure
Terminology
Web Languages
HTML
HTML -- What's Possible
HTML --What's Possible
Java
Scripting - What's Possible
XML - What's Possible
Web Servers
Application Servers
CGI
Database Connections
NSAPI,ISAPI
Server Functions
Server-Side Programming
WWW
Agents/bots
Browser-Side Programming
Browser-Side Scripting
Caching
Certificates
Commerce
Commerce: Push/Pull Concept
Digital Signatures
DNS
Governing Authorities
Image Maps
KeepAlive Connections
Linking Concepts
Meta Element
Plug-ins
Session Concepts
Standard Protocols
Thin Clients/Consumer Devices
URLs
Vulnerabilities