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FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
Documents that list and answer the most common questions on a particular subject
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FastCGI
An open extension to CGI that provides higher performance by reusing processes to handle multiple requests.
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File Extension
The group of letters after a period or "dot" in a file name is called the file extension. This extension refers to the type of file it is, for example, if the filename is readme.txt, the extension txt denotes this is a text file and can be viewed using a text editor such as Notepad or Simple Text. Operating systems such as MAC OS or Windows 95 will refer to a file's extension when choosing which application to launch when a user clicks on a particular file name.
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Firewall
A device that protects a private network from the public part, or a computer set up to monitor traffic between an Internet site and the Internet. A firewall is designed to increase a server's security by keeping unauthorized outsiders from tampering with a computer system.
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FrontPage Compatibility
Allows you to edit your site using Microsoft FrontPage or Visual InterDev. Also allows you to make use of special built- in features that use FrontPage Extensions.
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FrontPage Extensions
Server add-ons that allows you to make use of pre-defined functions such as a hit counter, Java buttons and form validation.
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FTP - File Transfer Protocol
Common procedure used for downloading and uploading files over the Internet. With FTP you can log in to another Internet site and transfer (send or receive) files. Some sites have public file archives that you can access by using FTP with the account name "anonymous" and your e-mail address as the password. This type of access is called anonymous FTP. Macintosh users use a program called Fetch; one of the FTP programs for Windows is called WS-FTP
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