Netscape browsers don’t support VBScripts and ActiveX, so most of the sites are not using them in the client-side. Other technologies like ASP or PHP can be used instead of CGI. ASP and PHP are lot easier than CGI so in another article I have explained how to use ASP scripts in your site. But ASP can be used only in a Windows-NT server and UNIX servers can’t support them. PHP needs much programming knowledge but it’s a good alternate for CGI, which is also beyond the scope. We can use Java applets, but speed would be a problem with Java applets since they are also client-side and there are some security concerns about Java applets. So, we prefer CGI scripts, though it’s not an easier one. We can look forward to some other technology, which can do better than all of these technologies in the future.
One main reason why we prefer CGI is they are free and it’s the ultimate choice for UNIX and Apache web servers.
3.What is a CGI?
4.Where can I get a CGI script?
5.Where is my data Stored?
6.What kind of scripts do I need?
7. Selecting and evaluating a script!
8. Working with CGI templates
9. Start Installation now
10. Learn from Errors!
11. How can I help you?