HTTP for HTML Authors, Part III - HTML with Style | 7
In this tutorial, you learned how to design URLs correctly so that they are meaningful, useful and stay the same over time. You also learned how to redirect users to different URLs, how to handle form submission. Finally, you learned a bit about how to report errors to a user when something unexpected happens.
This tutorial concludes our series on HTTP. Although we have covered only a tiny bit of HTTP in very little detail, it should give you enough to understand how to do basic things like offer multiple versions of documents, control document caching, redirect users and handle forms. For more information on HTTP, you'd better start at WebReference.com's HTTP Section.
Produced by Stephanos Piperoglou
Created: March 15, 2001
Revised: March 16, 2001