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The Web Server Environment

  • The web environment is considered a client-server environment
  • The client is the browser on the user's machine
  • The server is referring to the web server which is software residing on a computer
  • A page request comes in to the web server from the internet
  • The web server awaits incoming web page requests
  • Once a request is received, the web server sends back the page that was requested
  • A web server is software installed on a computer
  • It is possible to install multiple web servers on a computer

The Web Server Environment

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  • Intro 0:00
  • The Client Environment 0:05
    • Three Browsers
    • The Client Environment
    • View Page Source
    • Browsers Can Read Differently..
  • The Web Server 2:59
    • inetpub
    • Web Servers are Software
    • wwwroot
    • ColdFusion9
    • ColdFusion 10
    • What is a Client?