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The properties of the web site are accessible via the Default Web Site node. We'll be using the MMC more a little later in the chapter. Testing your Installation The next thing to do is test the web server to see if it is working correctly, and serving pages as it should be. We've already noted that the web services should start as soon as IIS has been installed, and will restart every time you start your machine. In this section, we'll try that out. In order to test the web server, we'll start up a browser and try to view some web pages that we know are already placed on the web server.

Client-Side Dynamic Web Pages In the client-side model, modules (or plug-ins) attached to the browser do all the work of creating dynamic pages. The HTML code is typically sent to the browser along with a separate file containing a set of instructions, which is referenced from within the HTML page. However, it is also quite common to find these instructions intermingled with the HTML codes. The browser then uses them to generate pure HTML for the page when the user requests the page – in other words, the page is generated dynamically on request.

Are they difficult to learn? ❑ Are they easy to maintain? ❑ Do they have a long-term future? ❑ Do they have extra capabilities, such as being able to parse XML? ❑ Are a lot of people already using them – are there a lot of tools available? ❑ Are the support, skills, and knowledge required to use them readily available? NET (and the ASP technology that preceded it) fits in to the big picture. NET Client-Side Technologies For Providing Dynamic Content Each of these technologies relies on a module (or plug-in) built into the browser to process the instructions we talked about earlier.

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