web serving for human beings..
or.. how to get Apache to do your evil bidding.
This part of the site aims to provide the beginner and not-so-beginner with lots of useful information, tools, resources and guidance along the lines of running a web server, or a site on someone else's server. If you are a web master, or want to be, you will probably find something useful here.
If you are just a regular mortal with a vague idea that there's a shit-load of power available for free if only you could harness it, you've come to the right place.
This place's real reason d'etre is to spread the idea that a web server, running on an inexpensive box somewhere in your home or organisation, is a hugely useful and powerful resource. More and more, applications are moving to the web interface, and with Apache (or a similar quality web server, not IIs) at your disposal, you can create all manner of useful, functional, powerful applications with relative ease.
Check out the menu at the top-right, and check back again later; as well as the current, ever-popular selection, new resources keep popping up all the time.
If you are looking for the networking/router stuff, it's here